Hall 32a, the future heart of battery systems, is built next to the Center of Excellence for Axle Assembly and Steering. Concentrated expertise in development, planning and production of battery systems finds a home in the Center of Excellence for e-Mobility. The Braunschweig team develops the components for electric cars. These are predominantly battery systems for the modular electrification toolkit (MEB) on which, for example, the I.D. family is based. The center will produce half a million battery systems every year. It will also produce steering systems, shock absorbers, pivot bearings and brake discs – including for autonomous driving in future. After 80 years, the site has a lot of experience under its belt – and is well on its way to a vibrant future.
A piece of the future: the production of battery systems in Hall 23.