- Volkswagen’s push to electric mobility in America and Chattanooga’s future key role
- Walking through the final stages of Chattanooga’s transformation – the localized assembly of Volkswagen’s ID.4 all-electric SUV
- Highlighting the importance of our workers as catalysts of EV change
- Sharing experiences and discussing what comes next
Chris Glover is the new President and CEO at Volkswagen Chattanooga LLC, the company’s assembly plant in Tennessee. Glover assumed the role on January 1st and will lead the plant’s transformation and push towards electric mobility, starting with the localized production of the fully-electric Volkswagen ID.4 SUV in 2022. Glover was previously Executive Vice President and Member of the Board of Management at Volkswagen de México, responsible for Production and Logistics. He has served a career of more than 30 years at Volkswagen with leadership positions in several countries. Prior to Volkswagen de México, Glover served as Executive Director, Production Planning, at SAIC Volkswagen in China, and as Head of Division for Production Planning at Volkswagen of South Africa. Glover holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electronic Engineering from the University of Cape Town, and a Business Management Diploma from Damelin College at Cape Town, South Africa.