Volkswagen announces launch of Project Trinity, arriving in 2026

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Volkswagen is giving a first design preview of Project Trinity. Trinity represents three key ideas: a newly developed electronics platform with the latest software, the simplification of the supply structure, and fully networked and intelligent production at the main plant in Wolfsburg.

An electrically powered sedan is to be built in Wolfsburg from 2026 as part of Project Trinity, with the aim to set new standards in terms of range, charging speed and digitisation. Trinity also aims to make autonomous driving available to many people.

With the production of the series version, the Wolfsburg plant will become a showcase for state-of-the-art, intelligent and fully networked production processes.


“We will completely rethink the way we build cars and introduce revolutionary approaches. Digitalisation, automation and lightweight construction play an important role here,” says Ralf Brandstätter.

Future vehicle models within Project Trinity will be produced with considerably fewer variants and largely standardised hardware. This means that though the exterior of some cars may look the same, the software would be completely customisable to the driver, therefore allowing for each and every driving experience to be unique. Customers will be able to activate desired functions “on demand” at any time via the digital ecosystem in the car. This significantly reduces complexity in production and therefore helps the company continue to strive towards sustainability.

‘In the future, the individual configuration of the vehicle will no longer be determined by the hardware at the time of purchase. Instead, customers will be able to add functions on demand at any time via the digital ecosystem in the car,’ - Ralf Brandstätter

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