German automaker Volkswagen said it would install more than 2,400 electric car charging stations in 600 Tesco supermarkets in the UK over the next three years, according to Dow Jones. Clients will be able to charge their cars for free, paying only for faster charging. Volkswagen will create such a chain for charging electric vehicles in the UK as part of a plan to increase the company's electric sales per year to 1 million cars by 2025. According to the Air Force, for the four-year period that has passed since the launch of two Volkswagen electric vehicles, the German company sold 1,350 electric vehicles in the UK.
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