BEIJING – The Volkswagen Group has ambitious global electrification plans and China plays the leading role in that strategy. China will account for more than half of VW Group’s production of 22 million battery-electric vehicles by 2028, the automaker says. Many will be intelligent and connected. “We have a goal as a company to lead in e-mobility long term globally,” Ralf Dennissen, a spokesman for Volkswagen China car brands, tells Wards Intelligence in VW’s ...

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