D’Ieteren moves into brand-new Mobility Center in Anderlecht

Belgian car importer D’Ieteren has officially commissioned its brand-new ‘Mobility Center’ in Anderlecht, grouping showrooms for the Volkswagen, Seat, Cupra, and Škoda brands and a 3,000 square meter workshop for maintenance and repairs.

After opening a similar Mobility Center in Kontich, this building groups the teams from Brussels Auto Group Anderlecht and D’Ieteren Centers Brussels. The new building is part of the Mobilis site and will also house the other mobility services from D’Ieteren, such as the Lucien bicycle chain.

CO2-neutral site

The Mobilis project on the Boulevard de l’Industrie in Brussels covers an area of 35,000 m2 on six levels. According to D’Ieteren, the new site is entirely CO2-neutral. All energy consumed in the building comes from renewable sources. There are more than 1,000 solar panels, and the building uses geothermal energy for heating and cooling.

The Mobilis building has been awarded the BREEAM Outstanding label. BREEAM (Building Research Establishment’s Environmental Assessment Method), developed first in the UK, is a widely used method for assessing the sustainability of building projects. With a score of 92%, the Mobilis project also got a nomination for the international BREEAM Awards 2024.

D’Ieteren Mobility Company umbrella

It all comes under the umbrella of D’Ieteren Mobility Company, daughter of D’Ieteren Automotive. That company currently employs some 1,500 people and represents 25 dealerships of the former Auto Natie Group, Brussels Auto Group, D’Ieteren Centers, and Jennes, which now distributes the brands Volkswagen, Audi, Seat, Cupra, Škoda, and Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles under the name D’Ieteren Mobility Center.

In addition, D’Ieteren Mobility Company has eight multi-brand shops from Wondercar and one service point from Wonderservice. Under the name D’Ieteren Luxury Performance, it also offers luxury brands such as Porsche, Bentley, Lamborghini, Maserati, Bugatti, and Rimac.

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