How many times has the main Volkswagen plant in Wolfsburg manufactured a model from a different member of the Group?
Including the Tarraco, this will be the fifth time. Another Seat model – the Arosa – featured on the Wolfsburg production line from the end of 1996 to 1998 (source: Program Planning). 66,841 of these small cars were manufactured during that time. Employees at the Wolfsburg location also manufactured the Audi 50 (1974 to 1978), Audi 80 (1994 to 1998) and Audi 100 (1993 to 1997). Wondering why you’ve never heard of the Audi 50? It was largely identical in structure to the Polo, which starting rolling off the Wolfsburg production line in 1975 and is now manufactured in the Spanish city of Pamplona. The Audi 50 and the Polo were the first small German cars to feature a transversely mounted engine and front wheel drive.