According to some recent media reports, Stellantis is planning to build a fourth gigafactory in Europe. The factory may be built in Spain under a possible cooperation between Stellantis itself and Chinese battery manufacturer CATL. Stellantis has indeed promoted the construction of three battery factories in Europe, so fa, in France, Germany and Italy. These factories are managed under the Automotive Cell Company (ACC) agreement, shared with Total-Energies and Mercedes-Benz.

According to Spanish media, as reported by Electrive, Zaragoza may be the most likely location for the new gigafactory. The factory may be used for producing LFP (lithium-iron-phosphate) battery cells. Indeed, Stellantis already shares a partnership with CATL, announced at the end of November 2023.


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