Volkswagen Navarra is one of the 120 production plants that the Volkswagen Group owns all around the world. This location is the only manufacturing facility for its Polo model and recently has been assigned with the production of a new Volkswagen model that will be announced in the next months. The plant, located in Arazuri (Navarra) produces around 300,000 vehicles a year and employs 4,500 people.
Volkswagen Navarra, one of the main automotive Automaker Assembly Plants located in Spain, has a long history. It was founded in 1965 as an assembly plant owned by AUTHI (a British car company). During this stage, the company produced 131.744 cars. In 1975 Authi was bought by SEAT and the plant of Pamplona was included in the Spanish group together with the pl ants in Barcelona. During this stage the plant produced 284.225 cars. Finally, the plant in Pamplona was sold to the Volkswagen Group in 1983 as part of a collaboration contract signed between SEAT and Volkswagen. Since then, Volkswagen has produced 7.415.431 Polos in this facility.