By Larry E. Hall Chinese-backed Borgward, once Germany’s third-largest automaker, is planning to open an electric vehicle factory in Germany to build 10,000 cars a year.
Currently headquartered in Stuttgart, the company is returning to its former home, the north German city of Bremen, where it aims to assemble its electric BX7 seven-seat luxury SUV from semi knocked-down components shipped over from its main factory in China.
Work on the new facility is due to start in 2017, with intentions to start vehicle production in 2018.
“Production will be designed to be flexible and organized in such a way that we can adjust — and thus increase
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