Volkswagen is already considering adding production of a second automobile to the plant it plans to build in Chattanooga, according to a company spokeswoman.
Volkswagen AG, which announced its plant site selection just two weeks ago, is thinking about production of a second vehicle “in the foreseeable future,” spokeswoman Jill Bratina told The Associated Press on Wednesday.
She described the addition as part of the German automaker’s “volume-oriented, forward-looking strategy” in this country.
“Our Chattanooga plant will give us flexible local production in the market,” Bratina said. “In line with this flexibility, a second automobile in addition to a sedan specifically designed for the USA is conceivable in the foreseeable future.”
Source: Associated Press