The Izera electric car factory in Jaworzno is expected to be operational in December 2025. The cost of building the factory was estimated at 6 billion. The schedule was presented Friday at a press conference of the ElectroMobility Poland (EMP) company in Katowice, Poland. EMP was established in 2016 as an initiative of four Polish energy companies: PGE, Energa, Enea, and Tauron.
The company signed a licensing agreement with China's largest private automotive group Geely a week ago. The agreement was for the provision of SEA's dedicated technology platform for electric cars. And all for the construction of the Izera electric car.
The construction of the production facility includes two stages. The first includes construction for the production of the C-segment Izera, with three body variants. Completion of this segment, covering 169,000 sqm, is expected to be completed in December 2025. The factory's production capacity will eventually reach 100,000 cars per year.
One production shift is planned for a capacity of 33,400 cars first. Production of the first cars could be completed as early as the end of 2025.