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VW 99000
Issue 2015-12

Class. No.: Descriptors:

01191 general requirements, component development, component performance specification, BT-LAH, development requirements, development conditions, LAH, performance specification

Overall Requirements for the Performance of Component Development Contracts
Preface This standard supersedes Volkswagen standard VW 01154 "Development Conditions; General Requirements." This standard is based on German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA) volume CRS " Automotive VDA Component Requirement - Specification (CRS) Standard Structure: Module 1" and describes overall general requirements for providing services within the framework of compo‐ nent development. Operating fluids (such as engine oils and transmission fluids, brake fluids, and coolants) constitute standard parts and as such are treated as components for this purpose. VDA Module 2 "Compo‐ nent Performance Specification for Mechanical and E/E Components" describes component-spe‐ cific requirements for the development of parts, modules, or components and is reproduced in the Component Performance Specification template used by the Volkswagen Group. This standard and the pertinent Component Performance Specification (BT-LAH) together define the basic scope of the contractor's performance obligations. Previous issues VW 01154: 1996-12, 2000-06, 2001-05, 2002-06, 2003-12; VW 99000: 2006-10, 2007-10, 2008-05, 2008-07, 2008-10, 2009-08, 2011-05, 2012-03, 2013-04, 2015-04 Changes The following changes have been made to VW 99000: 2015-04: – For supplements/changes, see appendix A "Revision record."

Always use the latest version of this standard. This electronically generated standard is authentic and valid without signature. The English translation is believed to be accurate. In case of discrepancies, the German version is alone authoritative and controlling.

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Contents 1 2 2.1 2.2 2.2.1 2.2.2 2.2.3 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.5.1 2.5.2 2.5.3 2.5.4 2.5.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 2.8.1 2.8.2 2.8.3 2.9 2.10 3 4 4.1 4.1.1 4.1.2 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.6.1 4.6.2 5 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.3.1 5.3.2 5.3.3 5.3.4 5.4 5.5 6 7 7.1 7.2 7.3 Scope ......................................................................................................................... 3 General project specifications .................................................................................... 4 Objectives .................................................................................................................. 4 Organization ............................................................................................................... 5 Reviews during the development process ................................................................. 5 Risk management ...................................................................................................... 5 Fault management ..................................................................................................... 6 Sub-contractor management ...................................................................................... 7 Production process and product release .................................................................... 8 Legal agreements ...................................................................................................... 9 Employee commitments ............................................................................................. 9 Development work for the Volkswagen Group ........................................................... 9 Industrial property rights: investigation and third party rights ................................... 10 Compensation for employee inventions ................................................................... 10 Allocation of industrial property rights, copyrights, and know-how ........................... 11 Product Development Specification ......................................................................... 13 Variant management ................................................................................................ 13 Testing management ............................................................................................... 14 Testing plan .............................................................................................................. 14 Testing specifications ............................................................................................... 14 Test documentation .................................................................................................. 14 General scope of development and supply .............................................................. 15 Change management ............................................................................................... 15 Project scheduling .................................................................................................... 16 Reporting and documentation .................................................................................. 17 Information exchange ............................................................................................... 17 To-do list (open items list) ........................................................................................ 17 Meeting documentation ............................................................................................ 17 Documentation and archiving requirements ............................................................. 18 Priority and currentness of documents ..................................................................... 19 Vehicle documentation ............................................................................................. 19 Traceability ............................................................................................................... 19 Marking of parts ....................................................................................................... 20 Production parts and genuine parts ......................................................................... 20 Test and prototype parts .......................................................................................... 20 Quality requirements ................................................................................................ 21 Quality contribution .................................................................................................. 21 Quality management system .................................................................................... 21 Preventive QM methods and risk management ....................................................... 22 FMEA ....................................................................................................................... 22 DfMAS ...................................................................................................................... 23 Change management for electronic assemblies ...................................................... 23 Statistical tolerance stack-up analysis ..................................................................... 24 Maturity validation in the supply chain ..................................................................... 24 Special characteristics ............................................................................................. 24 Product safety, product liability ................................................................................ 25 Product data management ....................................................................................... 27 CAD requirements .................................................................................................... 27 DMU requirements ................................................................................................... 28 Reference point system and functional dimensions ................................................. 28
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7.4 8 8.1 8.2 8.3 9 9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 9.5 9.6 9.7 10 11 11.1 11.2 12 13 13.1 13.1.1 13.1.2 13.1.3 13.2 14 14.1 14.2 15 Appendix A 1

Required contents of drawings ................................................................................. 28 Environmental compatibility ..................................................................................... 28 General requirements .............................................................................................. 28 Recycling requirements ............................................................................................ 29 Environmental properties of materials ...................................................................... 29 Materials specification and surfaces ........................................................................ 30 Materials requirements and prohibitions .................................................................. 30 Materials requirements ............................................................................................. 30 Requirements for weather resistance ...................................................................... 31 Requirements for electrical components .................................................................. 31 Additional general requirements .............................................................................. 32 Surface protection, surfaces, edges ......................................................................... 32 Corrosion protection ................................................................................................. 33 Logistics requirements ............................................................................................. 34 Requirements for after-sales and customer service ................................................. 34 After-sales service .................................................................................................... 34 Genuine parts ........................................................................................................... 35 Standard parts and multi-use parts .......................................................................... 35 Requirements for tools and parts ............................................................................. 36 Tools ........................................................................................................................ 36 Test tools and prototype tools .................................................................................. 36 Ownership of test tools, prototype tools, and production tools ................................. 36 Proof of suitability ..................................................................................................... 36 Test parts and prototype parts ................................................................................. 37 Definitions, terms, and abbreviations ....................................................................... 38 Definitions ................................................................................................................ 38 Abbreviations ........................................................................................................... 38 Applicable documents .............................................................................................. 40 Revision record ........................................................................................................ 45

Scope

The requirements described herein apply to all parts, modules, components, or development serv‐ ices for which a request for quotation (RFQ) or a contract has been issued, as defined in more de‐ tail in the BT-LAH. The VW 99000 series of standards describes requirements to be complied with by the contractor when developing a component, whereas the drawing defines conditions according to which a pro‐ duction part must be supplied.

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2 2.1

General project specifications Objectives

The contractor is responsible for compliance with all requirements defined in the BT-LAH and the applicable documents. In the course of a development project, the following items with respect to development and pro‐ duction must be realized for the entire scope of development in accordance with the Group-wide requirements established by the purchaser: – Compliance with the deadline requirements as currently agreed – Adherence to agreed cost targets – Where two or more solutions are equivalent from a technical engineering perspective, development of the most cost-effective solution in overall economic terms (considering, e.g., recycling and disposal) in agreement with the purchaser – Achievement of function and quality in accordance with the properties defined and specified by the purchaser – Compliance with all legal provisions and safety-relevant specifications of the markets and countries listed in the BT-LAH – Compliance with all relevant standards and guidelines – Utilization of all knowledge acquired from the prototype tools and parts for purposes of the pro‐ duction tools and parts – Fulfillment of all specified testing technologies and concepts for development and planning purposes – Ease of service and repair The contractor is expected to make a substantial contribution to product and technology develop‐ ment as well as to the continuous improvement of both the product itself and the related processes throughout the entire product life-cycle. This applies in particular for: – Optimum customer value (serviceability) – Optimization of factors influencing consumption – Weight – Power consumption – Drag – Efficiency – Rolling resistance – Optimized environmental compatibility, also during production – Quality improvement – Optimal ease of installation and removal (simple and uniform joining techniques as well as flu‐ id drainage if necessary) – Reduction of the number of variants to an absolute minimum (complexity reduction) Each component must always be considered in the context of the overall system, that is, including all exterior, interior, adjacent, and connecting parts.

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2.2

Organization

The contractor must prepare a detailed project plan including at least the following: – Work breakdown structure in conformity with the purchaser's project specifications. Individual work packages must be defined for each field of activity and each phase of develop‐ ment. Material and personnel resources must be allocated to each individual work package (see section section 3 "Project scheduling"). It must be possible to track the progress of each work package by means of the periodic project reports. Each work package must be linked to a milestone and must contain criteria that determine when it has been successfully completed. Interdependencies between work packages must be visualized. – Work responsibility structure chart naming the persons responsible in the project and identify‐ ing the work packages to which they are assigned. The responsibilities of each individual must be visualized (e.g., by means of a project-specific organization chart). Sub-contractors must al‐ so be included. – A contact list showing all persons identified in the work responsibility structure chart must also be prepared. Development work is performed by Simultaneous Engineering Teams (SET). The contractor must actively participate in the SE process. The contractor and the purchaser will mutually agree on the allocation of individual SET tasks. In addition, the purchaser's and contractor's project managers can also hold project status meet‐ ings as necessary to assess project progress, schedules, milestones, risks, etc. The purchaser may also, if necessary, call a management steering meeting, which the contractor's senior management must attend. 2.2.1 Reviews during the development process

The contractor must perform internal reviews of the work products of each development phase (re‐ views of requirements, design, testing, hardware and software robustness, configuration manage‐ ment, project follow-up, etc.). The purchaser may at its discretion participate in the reviews which are explicitly product-related as well as in the issuance of the review results (result protocols, follow-up reports). All open issues resulting from the reviews must be documented in the open items list. 2.2.2 Risk management

The contractor must establish and maintain a risk management system for the duration of the project. The contractor must identify and prioritize prospective project risks relating to technical issues, schedule, and costs. The contractor must take steps to prevent or minimize detected risks. The list of risks and the steps taken to mitigate them must both be updated and documented at regular intervals.

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2.2.3

Fault management

The contractor must establish and maintain a system for controlling and tracking fault processing for the duration of the project. This system must be supported by appropriate tools and take account of all faults occurred at the purchaser or at the contractor. The system must at a minimum provide for: – Unique assigned fault IDs – Fault priorities (conforming to the purchaser's fault priority classifications) – A range of possible processing statuses (conforming to the purchaser's fault status classifica‐ tions) – Process for coordinating fault prioritization and agreeing on mandatory deadlines for fault recti‐ fication All faults including their processing status, their causes, and the action taken in response must be documented in a database maintained by the purchaser for this purpose. This database also con‐ stitutes the data source for all fault reports. The contractor will receive access to the corresponding database via the B2B supplier platform in agreement with the purchaser. Starting no later than the time of availability of testable basic samples (B-samples), the contractor must disclose the fault processing state in the form of a fault report on a weekly basis. This fault report must contain a detailed list of all faults and include at least the following informa‐ tion: – Fault ID – Brief description – Detailed description and, if applicable, references to further documentation – Occurrence date (date on which the fault occurred) – Person who detected the fault – Cross-reference with respect to the version in which the fault occurred – Processing status – Fault priority – Completion deadline and release in which the fault will be rectified – Cross-reference to the purchaser's fault ID Fault rectification actions must be shown in the open items list.

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2.3

Sub-contractor management

The contractor must notify the purchaser of the names of all of its sub-contractors and all of its manufacturing sites1). If the sub-contractors are yet to be determined, a corresponding outsourcing plan must be submit‐ ted. The contractor must enter into contractual agreements with its sub-contractors ensuring that they will meet all requirements agreed between the contractor and the purchaser. For each individual part required by the contractor for its own manufacturing and supply opera‐ tions, the contractor must prepare a backup plan explaining how to proceed in the event a subcontractor is unable to deliver. The contractor must explain this plan to the purchaser on request. The contractor must ensure that its sub-contractors are quality-capable and that they comply with and improve the required quality standards on an ongoing basis. Ensuring sub-contractor quality capability with regard to system, process, and product must be car‐ ried out in conjunction with any necessary quality capability improvement steps and must be com‐ pleted before the start of pilot production (PVS). Ensuring quality capability must be documented by: – Quality management (QM) system Documentation by certificate – Process Documentation by audit or reference – Product Documentation by quality performance Any audit must be performed by a qualified auditor (qualification as per VDA or comparable stand‐ ards). The purchaser reserves the right to designate a sub-contractor to the contractor. The contractor is obliged to review the FMEAs submitted by its sub-contractors and to provide a follow-up report on each FMEA to the purchaser. The purchaser is entitled to examine the FMEAs of the sub-contractor if necessary. The contractor remains responsible at all times for the delivered final product and is the point of contact for the purchaser in the Volkswagen Group.

1)

See also the "Sub-contractor management" section of Formula Q – Capability.

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2.4

Production process and product release

Before the start of production delivery, each component must achieve planning release (P-re‐ lease), procurement release (B-release), engineering release (K-release), as well as build sample approval (BMG) if required. The technical contents are described in the following: – VW 99000-1 "Part 1: P-Release" – VW 99000-2 "Part 2: B-Release" – VW 99000-3 "Part 3: K-Release", and – VW 99000-4 "Part 4: Build Sample Approval" Initial-sample release A prerequisite for the release by the purchaser's Quality Assurance is the successful completion of initial-sample testing as per VDA volume 2 and compliance with the specifications of the Formu‐ la Q – Concrete. The initial-sample inspection report covers the tests pertaining to dimensions and materials. The materials testing report must meet the following criteria: – Complete in scope – measurements demonstrating compliance with all material-related re‐ quirements indicated in the drawing or in the applicable documents. – Correct in testing methodology – the test equipment and test parameters used must be speci‐ fied in each case. The suitability of the testing process must be documented upon request. – Analyzable in technical respects – photographic documentation is generally required as to the position, orientation, and numbering of the points where samples were taken or measurements made. Visual evaluations (structure, porosity, welding qualities, deformations, etc.) must be documented with photographs (specifying scale). The documentation may have to be expan‐ ded in certain cases. Where build sample approval is required, it is a condition precedent to initial-sample release (Grade ≤3). Conclusion: initial-sample release by the purchaser's Quality Assurance.

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2.5

Legal agreements

The parties commit to treat as confidential all information received, knowledge acquired, and mate‐ rials developed by or transferred to them in the course of or on the occasion of their cooperation. Information, knowledge, and materials are confidential not only if expressly designated by the par‐ ties as such, but also where disclosure – especially publication – may potentially have negative consequences. This confidentiality obligation does not apply to information, knowledge, or materials that, at the time of transfer, were already common knowledge or that were already known at least to the recipi‐ ent party. Furthermore, this confidentiality obligation does not apply to information, knowledge, or materials that, after transfer and without fault on the part of the receiving party subsequently be‐ come common knowledge or are disclosed by a third party in a legal manner and without restric‐ tions with respect to confidentiality. Materials that have been developed or transferred must be stored in a secure manner. Materials must not be provided to third parties for review. Should the party subject to confidentiality obligations permissibly delegate any of its contractual ob‐ ligations to sub-contractors, that party must in writing impose written confidentiality obligations on such sub-contractors corresponding to the obligations set forth above. The contractor must verify that all requirements in the BT-LAH and the applicable documents are complete, free of contradiction, feasible, and reflect state-of-the-art technology. The required assessment of the BT-LAH is not limited in scope to technical specifications. Rather, the contractor must take into account the market conditions and requirements and other relevant knowledge of which the contractor is aware. Within the agreed warranty period the contractor is generally obligated – both in the development and the production phase of the project – to perform correction work and rectify faults free of charge with respect to all defects. Deviations from the BT-LAH or the applicable documents must be separately justified by the con‐ tractor and are subject to approval by the purchaser's Procurement and the relevant Design Engi‐ neering departments. Unless otherwise agreed, it is assumed that the contractor will meet all requirements of the BTLAH and the applicable documents. In this case, the contractor bears the costs that arise due to contractor's failure to meet a require‐ ment. 2.5.1 Employee commitments

With all employees and vicarious agents who the contractor calls upon to perform the contractual work, the contractor must enter into agreements by which they agree to be bound by the provisions set forth herein. Upon request, the contractor must furnish documentary proof of these agree‐ ments. 2.5.2 Development work for the Volkswagen Group

All affiliated companies of Volkswagen as per §§ 15ff. of the Aktiengesetz [German Stock Corpora‐ tion Act], and the subsidiary/associate companies FAW-Volkswagen Automotive Company Ltd., Changchun, People's Republic of China, and Shanghai Volkswagen Automotive Company Ltd.,

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Shanghai, China, are equally entitled to all rights to which the purchaser is entitled on the basis of section 2.5ff. 2.5.3 Industrial property rights: investigation and third party rights

With the diligence due and customary in the trade, the contractor must conduct appropriate investi‐ gations to ensure that the work the contractor is to perform and the results thereof do not infringe any third party rights. If the intended form of the work product would infringe third party rights, the contracting parties will jointly seek an alternative form for the work product. If the use of third party industrial property rights is unavoidable, the purchaser must decide whether to use the relevant industrial property right by means of a license. The contracting parties must agree on the allocation of the expenses incurred thereby. To the extent the contractor fails to notify the purchaser of conflicting third party rights of which contractor is aware or should have been aware using the diligence due and customary in the trade, the contractor must indemnify the purchaser for all third-party claims based on conflicting rights to the product being developed. 2.5.4 Compensation for employee inventions

The cost of compensation for employee inventions must be borne by the respective employer.

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2.5.5 2.5.5.1

Allocation of industrial property rights, copyrights, and know-how Duty to inform

The contractor must inform the purchaser of any and all innovations arising within the contractor's organization in connection with the performance of the contractual work, including in particular in‐ ventions, proposals for technical improvements, know-how, and any other individually identifiable intellectual property. The contractor must furnish all documentation necessary to evaluate such in‐ novations and provide the purchaser with any requested information related thereto. 2.5.5.2 Pre-existing intellectual property rights

To the extent that the contractor already demonstrably owned inventions and industrial property rights or copyrights prior to beginning the work which is the subject matter of the contract ("preexisting intellectual property rights"), the contractor remains the owner thereof. Regarding any preexisting intellectual property rights used in the development work, the contractor agrees, however, to grant the purchaser on standard marketplace terms a non-exclusive, perpetual and sub-licensa‐ ble right of use without restrictions as to geography or content. The contractor must notify the purchaser of any pre-existing intellectual property rights used in the final development result no later than upon approval of the final development result or upon project conclusion. In the case that a production part is being developed, the contractor must give such notice upon delivery of the initial-sample parts. 2.5.5.3 Copyrights

The contractor must assign to the purchaser the non-exclusive and transferable right of use, free of charge, for all copyrights to which the contractor is entitled for services or partial services to be ren‐ dered by the contractor. This right of use must be unlimited in terms of duration, geography, and content. The purchaser's right of use includes the right to rework the work product, the documents, or the records, to modify same, and/or to permit their use by third parties with or without compensation. Where there is a reason in individual cases, the contractor may agree with the purchaser that the complete 2-D and 3-D data supplied by the contractor as per the contract must not be transmitted to third parties outside of the companies mentioned in section 2.5.2. However, in this case the con‐ tractor is obligated, at contractor's own cost, to supply neutralized RFQ documents in addition to this contractually-owed complete 2-D and 3-D data. Neutralized RFQ documents are packaging space interface presentations (2-D and 3-D data) that present the installation situation, but not the contractor's prior know-how embodied in the underlying 2-D and 3-D data. The contractor must grant to the purchaser a right of use, free of charge and unlimited in terms of duration, geography, and content to these neutralized RFQ documents for dissemination, reproduction and editing, as well as for making publicly accessible within the context of requesting quotations from third parties.

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2.5.5.4

Fully compensated development work

Development work is carried out in return for compensation. Such compensation is either direct or included in the unit price. The purchaser is solely entitled to all of the work results, documents created, services, etc., arising from this project. To the extent the contractor relies on sub-contractors, contractor must ensure by means of appropriate contractual agreements that the sub-contractors also acknowledge this as binding for them. The purchaser reserves the right to provide any and all documents to third par‐ ties, among other things, for supplier selection purposes. The purchaser is entitled to an exclusive right of exploitation with regard to the work results, in par‐ ticular to innovations resulting within the framework of the contract. Only the purchaser has the right to file applications for industrial property rights. Should the pur‐ chaser waive any such right of application, purchaser must give the contractor written notice there‐ of. The contractor is then entitled to apply for registration of the industrial property right in question at contractor's own expense. Regarding such industrial property rights, the purchaser is entitled free of charge to a non-exclu‐ sive and transferable perpetual right of use without restrictions as to geography or content. 2.5.5.5 Partially compensated development work

Development work is considered to be "partially compensated", if the purchaser does not pay at least 75% of the negotiated development costs and acknowledges this to the contractor in writing in advance. If the development is only partially compensated, the allocation of rights pertaining to the work results is as follows: 2.5.5.5.1 Exclusive innovations Innovations exclusively attributable to the contractor or purchaser must be filed solely by the con‐ tracting party in question. Should this contracting party not wish to file an application, that party will immediately notify the other party accordingly and offer the registration of this innovation free of charge. With respect to these registered industrial property rights, the non-registering party must receive, free of charge, a non-exclusive and perpetual right of use without restrictions as to geogra‐ phy or content. 2.5.5.5.2 Joint innovations Innovations attributable to both contracting parties must be registered jointly. The resulting costs must be shared, and both contractual parties must receive the same rights to the resulting industri‐ al property rights. 2.5.5.5.3 Collaboration with third parties No part of the project work results may be offered by the contractor to any third party until at least 12 months have elapsed subsequent to the SOP of the first Volkswagen Group vehicle to be equipped with the respective technical system.

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2.6

Product Development Specification

Based on this standard and the BT-LAH, the contractor must create a Product Development Speci‐ fication with the following minimum content: – Implementation of all requirements by the contractor – Binding feasibility commitment2) – – – – – – – – – – – – – Manufacturing and quality assurance strategy2) Risk assessment2) Content as per BT-LAH, section "Documentation" Description of package and installation space Drawing Alignment concept of the component and/or the assembly Information on the quality to be expected (tolerance information on important features) System description Safety strategy principle Data on mechanical components Documentation of reliability Materials for all individual parts Commitment on target costs, deadlines, unit quantities2)

The contractor must continuously update the Product Development Specification so that it reflects the current project status at all times. 2.7 Variant management

The number of variants must be at or, if possible, below the target limit set by the purchaser. If additional variants are required, the contractor must identify and evaluate options for offsetting existing variants. Deviations must be agreed upon with the purchaser. Modifications with regard to the variants of the component must be documented by the contractor in VAMOS (Variant Management and Optimization System). The VAMOS system is available free of charge on the B2B supplier platform.

2)

As per VDA volume RGA "Maturity Validation for New Parts"; see also section 5.4

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2.8 2.8.1

Testing management Testing plan

The contractor must document its testing procedures in a detailed testing plan. The testing plan must be agreed with the purchaser and contain the following: – General testing strategy – Tests to be performed – Integration and testing sequence – Schedules for integration and testing (consistent with the overall project schedule) – Testing tools and auxiliary equipment 2.8.2 Testing specifications

Every test defined in the testing plan will be carried out as per a test specification and documented by the contractor in detail. The documentation must be submitted to the purchaser for review and must include: – Test scope and objective – Test configuration – Separate description of every step in the test – Expected results, tolerances; success and failure criteria 2.8.3 Test documentation

The contractor must document each test separately. Upon conclusion of each test (including repeated testing), the contractor must submit the following test documentation information to the purchaser: – Test configuration – Test results – Assessment of the results – Recommendations for corrective actions or tests (if required)

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2.9

General scope of development and supply

The contractor must perform, or coordinate the performance of, all services necessary to generate the scope of supply. The contractor undertakes to meet all described requirements pertaining to the scope of develop‐ ment and supply. The scope of development includes design analysis work in accordance with the evolving situation and the latest update to the BT-LAH. The scope of development and supply includes all 3-D data models, type approval drawings, pro‐ duction drawings, additional documentation, documents required for the component releases, as well as samples required for this purpose, and further samples defined in detail in the BT-LAH. The contractor is responsible for system calibration. The contractor must purchase any vehicles and components required for carrying out the develop‐ ment work in excess of those agreed with and provided to the contractor. 2.10 Change management

Changes or corrections required to achieve the defined objectives and the sample parts necessary to document the achievement of these objectives are included in the scope of development. In the event the purchaser desires modifications in the styling, design, component construction, or function that alter the specifications, the following procedure applies: – Within 10 working days after the contractor is notified in writing of a modification capable of being evaluated by the purchaser's Design Engineering division, the contractor must explain in writing to the purchaser's Design Engineering and Procurement contact persons what effects the modification would have on the project. If, by way of exception, the contractor is unable to meet the 10 day deadline, the contractor must inform the purchaser accordingly within 5 work‐ ing days and specify a binding deadline. – If this does not occur, the contractor does not have a right to negotiate greater compensation or a deadline extension. – The work in question is authorized only if commissioned in writing by the purchaser's Procure‐ ment department. If the contractor modifies the component or the production process without the purchaser's explicit approval, the product release becomes null and void. A new release process is required. The re‐ quirements of VW 01155 apply as well. No changes must be made to the component after the build sample approval or initial-sample re‐ lease. As of the start of the project, the contractor must document all modifications by means of a parts history or a sample documentation.

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3

Project scheduling

The contractor must prepare a detailed project schedule in conformity with the milestones which the purchaser has defined and which the contractor is obliged to meet. The project schedule must be submitted to the purchaser. The structure of the project schedule must be derived from the work breakdown structure. The project schedule includes all work packages listed in the work breakdown structure including dead‐ lines. The critical path must be identified. The project schedule must also show the purchaser's tasks, milestones, and interdependencies. The contractor must keep the project schedule continuously up to date. The project schedule must be submitted to the purchaser as part of the monthly progress report. Any threat of deviations from the schedule must be reported immediately and without further re‐ quest to the purchaser in writing. At the same time, the contractor must state the reasons and ex‐ plain the action to be taken to return to the original schedule. Every version of the project schedule must be provided in electronic form (according to the form agreed with the purchaser). In addition, a priority parts plan must also be maintained in consultation with the purchaser.

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4 4.1

Reporting and documentation Information exchange

Throughout the development phase, the contractor must do the following, after prior consultation: – Permit the purchaser to inspect the current production version of tools, devices, test equip‐ ment, or development actions, especially for purposes of joint analysis in time-critical situa‐ tions, with a view to identifying and agreeing on action to keep the project on schedule. – Provide the current development version documentation (including 3-D CAD data, design data, and computation and simulation data) to the purchaser at regular intervals. The time frame is defined in the BT-LAH. – Provide the purchaser with the planning documents and project progress reports described in the following sections: – Section 2.2 "Organization" – Section 2.2.2 "Risk management" – Section 2.2.3 "Fault management" – Section 2.8 "Testing management" – Section 3 "Project scheduling" – Section 4.1.1 "To-do list (open items list)" – Section 4.1.2 "Meeting documentation" 4.1.1 To-do list (open items list)

As of the start of the project, the contractor must maintain an open items list showing all open items, work packages, uncompleted actions, etc. in chronological order. These must be communi‐ cated to the appropriate department of the purchaser within a specified deadline. The list must be continuously updated. It must include the following items and can be expanded as necessary: – Consecutive number – Work package, description, action – Status – Person responsible – Pending since – Target deadline – Origin of the work package (e.g., FMEA, fault ID) 4.1.2 Meeting documentation

All meetings between the contractor and purchaser must be documented. The meeting documentation must contain the following at a minimum: – Meeting agenda, participants, date, and distribution list – Results of the meeting

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4.2

Documentation and archiving requirements

The delivery of all documents provided to the purchaser in the course of the project must be docu‐ mented in the form of a list. The list must be submitted. The purchaser and contractor can agree to expand the documentation requirements beyond those provided for by this standard and the BT-LAH. The contractor is obligated to retain all documentation not required to be delivered to the purchaser for 15 years, as of the 1st of January following the date of the documentation being generated. This retention period also applies to data on electronic data storage devices. The contractor must organize all information elements obtained from and provided to the purchaser in accordance with the configuration management requirements of DIN ISO 10007. The term "information elements" are, for example, the component itself, drawings, documents, Per‐ formance Specification, Product Development Specification, software, hardware documentation, the sample documentation, and all other files. All information elements must be archived with the corresponding date of revision, and clearly as‐ signed to the respective configuration being replaced. It must be possible to reproduce all replaced configurations. This ensures that an overview of all exchanged information elements and the changes made to them is available at all times. All configuration-management-related methodical decisions made with regard to the project must be documented by the contractor in a configuration management plan. The configuration management plan must be disclosed upon request.

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4.3

Priority and currentness of documents

Upon contract award, the following listed stipulations become binding parts of the contract. In the event of conflicts, the following stated order of precedence must apply if there are no statutory pro‐ visions to the contrary: 1. Contractual agreements 2. Drawings and 3-D data models and project-specific functional dimensions catalog 3. Component Performance Specification (BT-LAH) 4. Technical scopes of the contractor's Project Development Specification 5. VW 99000 series of standards 6. Other Performance Specifications cited in the list of applicable documents 7. In-house standards (Technical Supply Specifications (TL), Volkswagen standards (VW), De‐ sign Guidelines (KR), Test Specifications (PV), Quality Specifications (QP)) cited in the list of applicable documents, other General Terms and Conditions and the Formula Q document ser‐ ies 8. National and international standards (DIN, EN, ISO etc.) cited in the list of applicable docu‐ ments 4.4 Vehicle documentation

A Technical Guideline for Documentation (TLD) notation as per VW 01058 must be made in the drawing for systems or components subject to the purchaser's safety regulations or subject to stat‐ utory provisions. The purchaser must prepare a TLD sheet listing the properties to be documented and the reason for such documentation. These specifications will be provided to the contractor in the course of the component develop‐ ment, at the latest for the pilot production (PVS). The contractor is required to archive the quality compliance documentation for TLD components for a period of 15 years. 4.5 Traceability

All components supplied to the purchaser must be marked in a way that makes them clearly trace‐ able if they have been identified as being relevant for traceability purposes. The contractor must prepare an appropriate traceability plan.

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4.6 4.6.1

Marking of parts Production parts and genuine parts

All parts, including all spare parts, that are defined by the purchaser from the scope of performance (assemblies, components, modules), must be marked as per VW 10500: – Markings of the parts as per drawing specification – Text macro for part marking as per VW 01014 (code no.: NO-E2) – Notation on the drawing as per VW 01058 – Logo as per VW 10514 – Country of origin as per VW 10550 – Manufacturer's code as per VW 10540-1 – Part number, lettering as per DIN 1451-4 – Date marking as per VW 10560 – Marking of materials as per VDA 260 – Marking of valve springs as per VW 10540-7 – Marking of vehicle parts subject to archiving requirements as per VW 01064 – Internal and external marking of electronic control units as per VW 80115 – Use of auto ID for unique object marking as per VW 01067 If necessary, part marking in terms of the types of markings and placement of the marking on the component must be agreed upon with the purchaser. 4.6.2 Test and prototype parts

For marking of test and prototype parts, the Supplier Manual of the purchaser applies. Test parts and prototype parts must be marked as per VW 01067. Where necessary, the marking of parts must be agreed with the purchaser.

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5 5.1

Quality requirements Quality contribution

Upon submission of the quotation, the quality assurance actions described in Formula Q – Con‐ crete are deemed to be part of the agreement between contractor and purchaser. The contractor must prepare a QM plan, which describes the compliance with the requirements of this standard, the BT-LAH, and the applicable documents in regards to the quality characteristics of ISO/IEC 25010. To maintain the level of quality capability and quality performance required by the purchaser (see Formula Q – Concrete), the contractor undertakes to develop an appropriate failure response strat‐ egy for each of the contractor's plants and facilities or those of its sub-contractors in order to pre‐ vent supply interruptions. To ensure that production can start as planned, the purchaser and the contractor must agree on additional backup actions one year in advance of SOP. Technical cleanliness: – For all components and component groups carrying media or wetted by media, the purchaser must provide specifications regarding technical cleanliness as per VDA volume 19 or ISO 16232 "Parts 1 to 10: Road Vehicles – Cleanliness of Components of Fluid Circuits"3) – These requirements, including a specification of residual particle characteristics and the test‐ ing method, must be defined in a quality agreement to be entered into with the contractor (see PV 3347). The process steps in production delivery must be taken into account in this context. Compliance with the agreed target values must first be demonstrated in the course of initial-sample testing. The purchaser may require the contractor to furnish and document additional proof of com‐ pliance. 5.2 Quality management system

Compliance with the quality management system as per VDA volume 6.1 or ISO/TS 16949 (corre‐ sponding to VDA 6.1, harmonized) is mandatory.

3)

ISO 16232-1, ISO 16232-2, ISO 16232-3, ISO 16232-4, ISO 16232-5, ISO 16232-6, ISO 16232-7, ISO 16232-8, ISO 16232-9 and ISO 16232-10

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5.3 5.3.1

Preventive QM methods and risk management FMEA

With respect to its scope of development and supply and the interfaces with other systems, the contractor must prepare a product FMEA (system FMEA, design FMEA) and a process FMEA as per the current VDA guidelines (VDA volume 4) and the purchaser's specifications (Formula Q, QPN, and any appropriate department guidelines). The contractor must coordinate this process with the appropriate department or the designated representative or individual in charge at the purchaser. The FMEA subjects and their scope must be systematically derived, and if necessary, prioritized by the contractor in agreement with the purchaser, taking into consideration overarching requirements (e.g., quality data, after-sales service requirements, etc.) and functions that are provided by the purchaser. The list of topics derived must be submitted to and agreed with the purchaser by the time the LH1/styling decision (LH1/DE) milestone is reached or immediately after nomination. After preparing the FMEA, the contractor must submit the contents and results to the purchaser for analysis and approval. Following FMEA implementation, the processing status of the actions specified in the FMEA form must be reported to the purchaser at regular intervals. In addition, all these actions must be tracked in the to-do list. The system and design FMEA must be finished and all production-relevant product characteristics must be defined at P-release. Implementation of the defined product design actions (actions whose implementation neither influence product characteristics nor result in changes to production facili‐ ties and/or processes) and documentation of their effectiveness must be completed at product Brelease at the latest. The implementation and effectiveness of all other actions must be completed and demonstrated by the start of the pilot production. Prior to B-release (procurement of tools and facilities), the process FMEA must be prepared and the resulting actions must be incorporated into the process and plant system planning. The actions from the FMEA must be implemented in production or the process by the start of the PVS and their effectiveness demonstrated. For the B-release or pilot production, but by the end of the development project at the latest, the contractor must create a separate follow-up report for the FMEA documentation of its scope of development or supply and submit this report to the purchaser. The contractor thereby confirms that contractor has implemented and documented all FMEA considerations, that there is no need for further action to meet either VDA requirements or the purchaser's specifications, and that the purchaser is in agreement on these matters. If the contractor is a production supplier, the contractor is required to retain this documentation for 15 years following the date of creation and to make it available upon request solely to the purchas‐ er or third parties authorized by the purchaser for review and discussion. Upon request, the contractor must also make the FMEA analyses of its sub-contractors available for review and discussion. Follow-up reports on the sub-contractors' FMEA documentation must be provided to the purchaser. The contractor, acting solely as a development service provider, must deliver the FMEA documen‐ tation to the purchaser upon project follow-up. Data transfer to the FMEA tool SCIO by Plato AG and thus to the purchaser's FMEA database, must be ensured after prior consultation.

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The respective FMEA must be updated to reflect product or process changes implemented after FMEA approval. Such changes must be clearly marked, indicating the date thereof, and agreed with the purchaser. 5.3.2 DfMAS

A DfMAS analysis (Design for Manufacture, Assembly and Serviceability) supports a product de‐ sign that facilitates product manufacturing and assembly. The basic principles of the method are value-analytic thinking, the application of design checklists and other checklists, as well as the in‐ clusion of manufacturing and maintainability know-how. Design for service as a method of optimization must always be applied whenever too great a dis‐ crepancy is to be expected between the assembly processes in manufacturing and the maintaina‐ bility requirements of after-sales service. The contractor may decide on its own which items to fo‐ cus on. The purchaser reserves the right to designate scopes that must be analyzed by means of DfMAS. The topics should preferably be selected by a team using an appropriate selection procedure. The DfMAS analysis must be completed by the DE or immediately after nomination. The results of the analysis must be provided to the purchaser upon its completion. 5.3.3 Change management for electronic assemblies

The series-production change process at the supplier's location must be submitted to and accep‐ ted by the Design Engineering and Quality Assurance departments before PVS. The requirements defined in VDA volume 2 (production process and product release (PPF) procedure) and Formu‐ la Q – Concrete, as well as those additionally agreed upon in the order documents, apply. The format of the product change notice must be submitted to and approved by the Design Engi‐ neering and Quality Assurance departments before PVS (suitable and reasonable categorization of the change scopes with sufficient transparency). In the case of assembly changes attributable to changes to the electronic components installed therein, the requirements as per VW 80808-2, section "Change management" and section "Discon‐ tinuation" apply. All processes arising from the change must be documented and submitted to the purchaser.

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5.3.4

Statistical tolerance stack-up analysis

Tolerance stack-up analysis (as per VW 01057) allows for ensuring function and appeal criteria early on while taking account of the tolerance influences. The project quality requirements influ‐ ence the tolerance specifications of the individual parts. The quality characteristics of the part and/or assembly must be defined with regard to the overriding quality requirements, the required function, and the intended installation alignment, and must be validated by means of a statistical tolerance stack-up analysis. The resulting specifications for the part and/or assembly must be documented as project-specific functional dimensions and adhered to in production. The results of the tolerance stack-up analysis will then in turn be incorporated into the purchaser's internal analy‐ ses and must therefore be consistently documented in compliance with the tolerance stack-up analysis regulations (see B2B Supplier Platform under the caption F&E Services/Tolerance stackup analysis. The purchaser reserves the right to require statistical tolerance stack-up analysis of additional scopes. The statistical tolerance stack-up analysis must be completed prior to planning release. Upon com‐ pletion, the analysis results as well as the catalog of project-specific functional dimensions must be provided to the purchaser. 5.4 Maturity validation in the supply chain

Corresponding to a risk classification as per VDA volume, a maturity validation must be carried out in agreement with the purchaser pursuant to the above-referenced VDA volume. 5.5 Special characteristics

Special characteristics are product characteristics or production process parameters that may have an effect on safety or compliance with regulatory provisions or the fit, the function, the perform‐ ance, or the further processing of the product. The contractor must process special characteristics as per the requirements of Special Characteristics VDA Volume . In this connection, VW 01110-1 applies for the classification of threaded joints. The TLD markings as per VW 01058 in drawings must be observed (see also section 4.4).

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6

Product safety, product liability

In its capacity as manufacturer, the purchaser has a legal obligation not to introduce products into the stream of commerce unless they are safe. If the purchaser determines, within the scope of product observation as prescribed by law, that the purchaser has introduced products into the mar‐ ket that are unsafe or not in conformity with the law, purchaser, as well as the manufacturer of the sub-product are statutorily obligated to carry out a recall. If the purchaser carries out a statutorily required recall, the contractor is liable towards the purchas‐ er to the extent that the contractor would itself be obligated to implement a recall. Inasmuch as fault on the part of the manufacturer is not a prerequisite for the statutory obligation to carry out a recall, the same applies for the contractor's compensatory damage obligation towards the purchas‐ er. The contractor is liable for design defects even if they are not discovered until after approval (re‐ lease, build sample approval). Documentation submitted during the development process does not release the contractor from liability for the component and any resulting damages. If a faulty product causes damage, the manufacturer of the overall product is liable, and as a gen‐ eral rule, also the manufacturer of the faulty sub-product. This liability arises from strict liability for the product towards the damaged third party. The purchaser and the contractor are jointly and sev‐ erally liable towards the damaged third party, irrespective of whether both or only the purchaser or the contractor has a claim asserted against them by the third party. The internal settlement as be‐ tween the joint debtors is determined according to who developed and/or supplied the faulty com‐ ponent to the purchaser. If a claim is asserted against the purchaser and/or contractor by a third party due to fault-based liability, the settlement between the purchaser and the contractor must take place as in the case of liability arising from strict liability for the product, in which case the fault will be taken into consider‐ ation within the context of the settlement. If the contractor for the development service, with reference to the developed scope, does not re‐ ceive a production delivery order, the following will be taken into account for the benefit of the con‐ tractor in settling between the contractor and the purchaser in the event of third party liability claims: a) The settlement between the contractor and the purchaser is limited, in favor of the contractor, according to the total amount of the remuneration for the development order. b) Additionally to be reasonably taken into account on the contractor's behalf in determining the amount of the settlement claims to be satisfied by the contractor are the economic circumstances of the contractor, as well as the type, scope, and duration of the business relationship. If the contractor, subsequent to concluding the development service, is awarded a production deliv‐ ery order with reference to the developed scope, the limitations mentioned for the benefit of the contractor limiting the settlement between the contractor and the purchaser in the case of third par‐ ty claims must not apply. The purchase terms and conditions for production materials in the version as amended at the time of the contract award must apply without limitation. As the developer and/or supplier, the contractor is required to notify the purchaser if there is any indication that the developed and/or supplied vehicle components or accessories possibly have a safety-relevant fault. Problems with regard to the same or similar parts supplied by the contractor to other customers may also indicate the presence of reportable faults where such problems have led to cause for safety reviews or inquiries from governmental agencies or recalls. Manufacturing responsibility for the final product rests with the purchaser. As the manufacturer of the final product, the purchaser is obligated to act where purchaser is directly or indirectly the

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recipient of statutory reporting obligations vis-à-vis governmental agencies, or other requests for in‐ formation or inquiries from such agencies, or is the recipient of third party requests for information, inquiries, or third party claims. To clarify the matter as quickly as is required, the contractor, as the developer or contractor for sub-products installed in the final product, is obligated to: 1. Immediately notify the purchaser of claims, requests for information, or inquiries addressed di‐ rectly to the contractor and, 2. At its own expense: – Provide complete documentation concerning the potentially affected parts scopes and, – Designate a product-safety representative to act as the central point of contact and be at the purchaser's disposal to assist in handling the above matters and any issues that may arise regarding the safety of the products delivered and/or developed, and 3. Agree with the purchaser on the additional actions to be taken on the part of both parties in addressing such matters.

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7 7.1

Product data management CAD requirements

The requirements of the VW 010594) series of standards and the provisions for CAD-CAM "CAD Data Exchange with the Volkswagen Group" apply. Moreover, additional specific guidelines must be satisfied for Audi AG Design Engineering. These must be obtained exclusively from the Design Engineering Information Center at the Audi AG Engi‐ neering Portal and implemented without limitation. In particular, the LAH.DUM.000 contained there‐ in must be fulfilled. The purchaser and the contractor must agree on CAD data-specific framework conditions prior to the start of the project. All CAD data (including drawing data) must be verified before transfer and provided in the form used by the purchaser's CAD system so as not to require any re-working by the purchaser. If the purchaser's internal CAD system changes during the duration of development or production of the product described in the Performance Specification, the contractor is obligated to perform modifications of available data in the new CAD system and to transfer tested CAD data to the pur‐ chaser without post-processing effort for the purchaser. Migration processes and their extent must be separately coordinated with the purchaser as necessary. A simplified geometry description must be provided if necessary for ensuring unrestricted use in the context of the purchaser's interlinked worldwide development processes. Data storage in the KVS The design data and the 3-D data model must be stored in the KVS in their latest version. Within the scope of sample inspection, the latest binding version of drawings from the KVS will be used. The supplier must confirm that the components delivered for sampling correspond to the drawings and data version last stored in the KVS system. Suppliers who manufacture as a build-to-print supplier must confirm with the sampling that the component was completed as per the available design and data version. Depending on the KVS access authorization, the supplier must store the above-mentioned data version either directly in the KVS or make it available to the responsible design engineer in the KVS temporary file area. Changes to design data/3-D data models must always be made on the basis of the latest valid re‐ leased data records from KVS. Data storage in Connect The design data and the 3-D data model must be stored in their respective current version and structure in Connect, as per agreement with the purchaser.

4)

VW 01059-1, VW 01059-2, VW 01059-3, VW 01059-3 supplement 1, VW 01059-4; NOTE: VW 01059-1, VW 01059-2, VW 01059-3, VW 01059-3 supplement 1, and VW 01059-4 must no longer be used for new designs. VW 01059-5, VW 01059-6, VW 01059-6 supplement 1, VW 01059-6 supplement 2, VW 01059-6 supplement 3, VW 01059-6 sup‐ plement 4, VW 01059-6 supplement 5.

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7.2

DMU requirements

To ensure the consistent use of digital mock-up (DMU), the DMU requirements of the CAD-CAM " CAD Data Exchange with the Volkswagen Group" must be observed. Moreover, additional specific guidelines must be satisfied for Audi AG Design Engineering. These must be obtained exclusively from the Design Engineering Information Center at the Audi AG Engi‐ neering Portal and implemented without limitation. In particular, the LAH.DUM.000.A contained therein must be fulfilled. 7.3 Reference point system and functional dimensions

Every component must be positioned and aligned according to the reference point system of VW 01055 by means of a reference point system (RPS, component reference system) and angle and coordinate dimensioning in the vehicle coordinate system. The RPS system must be agreed with the purchaser and checked for compliance with the planned assembly and/or the planned alignment of the part. Functional dimensions must be determined by the contractor with regard to the overriding require‐ ment of quality, the required function, and the intended installation alignment of the part and/or as‐ sembly. The contractor will adopt these dimensions for fulfilling the purchaser's central functions and will document them in a part-specific and/or assembly-specific functional dimensions catalog. 7.4 Required contents of drawings

The drawings to be created by the contractor must comply with VW 01014, VW 01050, VW 01052, VW 01054, VW 01055, VW 01058, and the VW 01059ff. series of standards, as well as with all other standards required for functionality of the product. 8 8.1 Environmental compatibility General requirements

The central environmental challenges of the future, which revolve around climate change, health, and resources, require: – Reducing CO2 emissions and/or fuel consumption, – – – – Minimizing the use of hazardous substances, Minimizing emissions in the vehicle interior, including odor, Minimizing noise emissions, Using renewable raw materials.

Compliance with the requirements of the following documents is required: – VW 91100 series of standards, VW 91101, VW 91101 supplement 1, VW 91102, VW 91102 supplement 3, VW 91104-1, VW 91104-2 "Environmental Standard for Vehicles" – Environmental targets of Design Engineering – Performance Specification " General Environmental Performance Specification" – In addition, for Audi AG LAH.893.060 of Audi AG applies. – The relevant project-specific specifications of the purchaser

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8.2

Recycling requirements

The recycling requirements are intended to ensure the purchaser's compliance with the EC direc‐ tives 2000/53/EC (end-of-life vehicles), 2006/66/EC (used batteries), and 2005/64/EC (type appro‐ val for recyclability), as well as their implementation on a national level. Specifically, this means that: – Materials and weights must be indicated for all components (see also section 9.2 "Materials requirements") – Fluids must be easy to remove. Components that require disassembly must be easy to disas‐ semble. – Observing recycling efficiencies for batteries. – Recovery strategies as per VW 91102 supplement 3 must be submitted upon request. – The contractor must examine the use of recycled materials and implement it where possible. Details are found in the environmental standards VW 91102 and VW 91102 supplement 3. 8.3 Environmental properties of materials

The requirements specified in VW 50180 concerning emissions behavior must be met. The scope of supply must not, with proper storage, assembly, and under the intended conditions of use, transmit any substances in a gaseous, liquid, or solid state that are hazardous or harmful to health.

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9 9.1

Materials specification and surfaces Materials requirements and prohibitions

All materials used must conform to standard VW 91101. Compliance is mandated with the ban on the use of lead, mercury, hexavalent chromium, and cad‐ mium stipulated by EU directive 2000/53/EC, including the current exceptions. Compliance with the ban must also be ensured for carry-over parts (COP). The following applies with regard to lead used in electronic control units or other electrical/electron‐ ic applications: – Lead-free soldering is required when developing new components or variations of existing components or modules. This also applies to the scope of all samples required for testing. – If technical risks are noted during the development process, these must be reported immedi‐ ately to the appropriate department. The soldering temperature of ball grid array (BGA) components with lead-free balls must be ≥230 °C. Care must be taken regarding a corresponding temperature compatibility of the other components. The requirements in section 2.10 "Change management" apply to all modifications of components, assemblies, or the manufacturing process implemented pursuant to a conversion to "lead-free." Documentation must be provided that lead-free soldering technology has been technologically vali‐ dated. 9.2 Materials requirements

For environment-related materials requirements see section 8 "Environmental compatibility". The materials used must fulfill the requirements defined by the purchaser, e.g. concerning: – Function – Appearance – Tactile properties – Fatigue limit – Aging resistance – Availability over the period from start to end of production – Reproducibility of the processing and machining process Compliance must be documented. The decision to use a certain material must be made in agreement with the purchaser's appropri‐ ate departments as follows: Prior to the specification of substances, materials, joining processes, and manufacturing technolo‐ gies, the contractor must evaluate the material and the manufacturing technology in cooperation with the purchaser's materials testing laboratory. The materials specification comprises: – The designation of the material, – The composition of the material, – The determination of local materials properties and quantifiable parameters that are measura‐ ble in the finished part,

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– –

Surface treatment, quality and properties, Compliance with applicable standards.

The materials must already have been specified when the first test parts and sample parts are pre‐ sented (cf. VDA volume 6.2). For the recycling type approval, at least the provisional materials data (i.e., weights, materials, and materials grades as per VDA 231-106) must be entered in the data processing systems (engineer‐ ing master data recordation (KSE) or International Material Data System (IMDS)) prior to B-release for all components and assemblies. The responsibility for doing this is provided for as follows: – For parts which are developed by a development supplier and for parts for which the produc‐ tion supplier has already been determined, the supplier is obligated to perform the correspond‐ ing data entry in IMDS. For make parts or parts for which a supplier has not yet been determined, the design engineer is obligated to enter the data in KVS.



In all cases the design engineer is obligated to ensure that the material data is present in appropri‐ ate quality at the time of B-release. For sample inspection, complete materials specifications (materials and basic substances) must be entered in the IMDS as per VW 01155 for all components and assemblies, and afterwards updated in the event of changes. Compliance with the determinations made in the materials specification process must be documen‐ ted again in connection with each and every delivery of test parts and sample parts and recorded in the sample documentation. This documentation must take the form of a inspection report and includes statements and findings on all aspects of materials specification. 9.3 Requirements for weather resistance

The requirements for resistance to open-air weathering in VW 50185 must be met. The purchaser has sole responsibility for testing and documenting resistance to open-air weathering. 9.4 Requirements for electrical components

The choice of materials and surfaces must be consistent with the electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and electrostatic discharge (ESD) requirements (irradiation, radiation) of the assembly. De‐ viations must be agreed with the purchaser's appropriate departments and must be documented.

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9.5

Additional general requirements

Parts in the vehicle interior must be of low flammability as per TL 1010. For parts and/or materials in the vehicle interior that are subject to more stringent low-flammability and fire behavior require‐ ments than those specified in TL 1010, the low-flammability requirements as per TL 1011 must be coordinated and agreed upon with the purchaser's appropriate departments. For all other parts, the flame resistance requirements must be defined in agreement with the pur‐ chaser's appropriate departments and as per TL 1010 and TL 1011. Materials must be selected and tested with respect to their mutual compatibility. This must take ac‐ count of the conditions under which they are installed and used in the vehicle. Forces from properly used fasteners must not cause damage to the material. The finished parts must be free of flaws and processing defects, such as flow lines, shrinkage cavi‐ ties, cracks, or similar defects. The requirements of VW 01133 apply to metal finished parts. Sink marks in the vicinity of the rib shoulders and reinforcements are permissible only if they do not im‐ pair function and appearance. All parts visible when installed must be free of faults, dust, dirt, scratches, etc. 9.6 Surface protection, surfaces, edges

Surface protection must be determined in consultation with the purchaser's appropriate depart‐ ment. The surface protection of metallic materials must be designed as per VW 13750. If there are com‐ ponent-specific TLs on surface specifications, these will apply. Surface roughness must be de‐ signed as per VW 13705. The edges of the component must be designed as per VW 01088. Edges must always be designed in such a way that risk of injury, and shearing of or damage to cables or add-on parts is avoided during installation and operation.

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9.7

Corrosion protection

There must be no corrosion or paint damage to the vehicle body during the first 3 years of custom‐ er use. There must be no corrosion perforation and no functional impairment due to corrosion in the period covered by the corrosion perforation warranty. Heavy-duty surface protection as per VW 13750 is required for installation add-on parts in the en‐ gine compartment (powertrain components, brackets, etc.). There must be no surface corrosion on visible components during the first 3 years. The next lowest surface protection class as per VW 13750 is permissible for non-visible parts. The corrosion protection for the suspension system must be designed such that there are no cus‐ tomer complaints of surface corrosion or blooms for a period of 3 years. Further requirements are specified in the BT-LAH. Fulfillment of these specifications requires process-reliable design and manufacturing. The follow‐ ing must be taken into account: – Design-based corrosion protection that prevents the accumulation of dirt, moisture, etc. and/or ensures that these substances are passed to the outside of the vehicle body. – Sealing of the interior against the intrusion of moisture. – The direction in which the metal sheets are cut must be selected so as to ensure that the re‐ sulting cutting burrs do not show in visible areas or can be reliably covered with a seal. – Avoidance of contact corrosion between different materials (steel, stainless steel, aluminum, magnesium, elastomer parts, etc.) by means of suitable material combinations and coatings. – Avoidance of surface corrosion by means of suitable coatings. – Avoidance of critical crevices (crevice corrosion). – Avoidance of areas subject to chafing and abrasion (rock chip). – Design of cavities and hollow components so as to be suitable for immersion and flooding treatments. – Suitability of vehicles and components for the intended painting processes. – If new materials are used, the basic characteristics, such as stress crack corrosion and filiform corrosion, must be examined and documented. – All components/assemblies must be coated with Cr(VI)-free corrosion protection layers. A release from the purchaser's appropriate departments is required with respect to the intended corrosion protection treatments. The basis for such release is a dynamic corrosion test of the entire vehicle (EK-4, INKA, or PK-4). Vehicle testing must be conducted under a variety of stresses (salt fog, damp heat, cold, and dy‐ namic load during vehicle operation). For evaluation purposes, the vehicle will be dismantled and its condition documented in detail after the corrosion test.

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Logistics requirements

The Standard Logistics Performance Specification, applies. 11 11.1 Requirements for after-sales and customer service After-sales service

Design for maintainability including proof and documentation is required as per KR 00007, KR 00010, and KR 00020. Disassembly and assembly of components must be possible without using special tools or gages. The use of special tools requires the approval of the purchaser’s After-Sales Service department. Non-destructive and easy disassembly must be guaranteed throughout the service life for compo‐ nents with high rates of replacement as well as for high-value components. Chemical thread locking must be avoided. Identical components made by different sub-contractors must be 100% compatible. An exception applies to directed parts if only these are installed (100% use of directed parts). If the contractor uses both directed parts and its own parts in a component (mixed use), the contractor must ensure their mutual compatibility. For every component and assembly, the contractor must create a disposal plan for workshop waste disposal in agreement with the purchaser. Further requirements must be taken from the BT-LAH, and additionally for Audi AG from the aftersales service basic requirements LAH.893.020.

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11.2

Genuine parts

The contractor is required to ensure the supply of genuine parts as per the specifications defined by the purchaser, which may be separately agreed upon in individual cases. The requirements of the Performance Specification LAH.DUM.000.K apply, or they apply to the ex‐ tent individually agreed by the parties in any individual case. To help ensure long-term customer satisfaction and optimal market exploitation, the following re‐ quirements must be taken into account: – A diversity of variations must be avoided to the extent possible. – The contractor must ensure a qualified change service for genuine parts documentation. This documentation must contain technical information, (for example, engineering drawings), infor‐ mation on compatibility, and precise operation information. – The genuine parts scope (disassembly level) is defined by the purchaser (cooperatively by the departments of Genuine Parts Distribution, Development, Quality Assurance, and After-Sales Service) in consultation with the contractor. – If repair is not readily possible using the available individual parts of a module, other repair sol‐ utions must be developed at the same time. – The contractor must ensure the supply of genuine parts for 15 years after the end of produc‐ tion. The various concepts must be agreed upon between the purchaser and contractor. – For parts quantities for which an exchange program currently exists, reprocessing must be en‐ sured or coordinated with the purchaser in the individual case. 12 Standard parts and multi-use parts

Standard and multi-use parts must be used for all new projects as per VW 60000 "Variant Reduc‐ tion for Fasteners; VRV Catalog". If the parts spectrum is not yet specified in this catalog, all parts used must be exclusively from the Volkswagen Group Standard Parts Management System (NVS). For parts with limited release, consultation with the departmental representatives of the purchaser is required. If the purchaser does not provide a 3-D part model of a standard part, the contractor must create a corresponding 3-D part model after consultation with the purchaser's Standards department, which the contractor must then make available (KVS temporary file area) and use. The requirements specified in VW 60457 apply to mechanical fasteners.

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13 13.1 13.1.1

Requirements for tools and parts Tools Test tools and prototype tools

Test tools and prototype tools must be prepared in agreement with the purchaser prior to manufac‐ ture of the production tools and parallel to the design steps described. Contingent upon the optimi‐ zation steps as required, these tools must be updated in agreement with the purchaser to match the latest configuration if the purchaser so requests. A written order from the purchaser is required for all prototype tools before they are manufactured. This applies as well for any prototype tools for which compensation is not included in the agreed price if separate payment for such tools is desired. Using the test tools, the contractor must fabricate the test parts and prototype parts required by the purchaser. The costs of parts and tools must be specified in the contractor’s price quotation and are subject to negotiation. If required by the purchaser, the test tool must be designed in a way that permits conclusions to be drawn regarding the design of the production tool. The incorporation of reasonable single part checks or ASSY checks (such as mesh lines) must be agreed with the purchaser's Design Engineering division. Prototype and pre-production tools must not be scrapped without the purchaser's written consent and only after an appropriate period of time has elapsed following the start of production or after the last parts delivery. 13.1.2 Ownership of test tools, prototype tools, and production tools

The purchaser holds title to all test and standard-production tools unless this is precluded by con‐ tract. Tools owned by the purchaser under the terms of the contract must be marked as provided in VW 34022. A requirement for invoicing test and prototype tools is the documentation of the tools – in addition to the agreed delivery quality of the prototype tools. Required for the documentation is a detailed description of the individual tools or comparable docu‐ ments (e.g., joint acceptance reports) as well as photos of the tool and the identification plate loca‐ ted on the tool. 13.1.3 Proof of suitability

Suitability must be verified for production tools which are the property of the purchaser pursuant to contract. Suitability is shown by: – Disclosure of the Tool Performance Specification – Simulation of the manufacturing process using conventional simulation processes such as Moldflow, Magma, Autoform, PAM-STAMP, etc. The documentation of the simulation must be done in German or English. The obligation to carry out the simulation of the manufacturing process may be canceled in consul‐ tation with the purchaser's design engineering or the parts purchasing management where there is a founded objection.

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13.2

Test parts and prototype parts

Manufacturing, quality check, and delivery of prototype parts as specified in the supplier manual Prototype parts. If the same contractor supplies prototype parts for different brands, the requirements in the appro‐ priate brand-specific appendix to the Supplier Manual for Prototype Parts must be applied for each brand. For specifications regarding the marking of test parts and prototype parts, see section 4.6.2. The contractor's scope of performance generally includes manufacturing and managing the test parts and prototype parts. Unit quantities and delivery deadlines are set by the purchaser in the RFQ documents or at contract award. Test parts and prototype parts must be manufactured in batch sizes. Batch sizes must be agreed upon with the purchaser. A written order from the purchaser is required for all test parts and prototype parts before they are manufactured. This applies as well for any test parts or prototype parts for which compensation is not included in the agreed price if separate payment for such parts is desired. Components that cannot sustain the stresses required by the specifications and are intended only to demonstrate the design principle, must be designated with a sticker marked "Design principle sample".

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14

Definitions, terms, and abbreviations

The following definitions of terms and abbreviations are valid for the application of this standard: 14.1 Purchaser Contractor 14.2 2-D 3-D B-release BMG BGA BT-LAH Connect COP DE LH1/DE DfMAS DMU EK-4 EMC ESD FMEA IMDS INKA K-release K version KR KSE KVS MISS NVS 0-series P-release PDA PK-4 PVS QM RPS Abbreviations Two-dimensional Three-dimensional Procurement release Build sample approval Ball grid array Component Performance Specification Central product data platform for the entire Volkswagen Group with interfa‐ ces to the other design systems Carry-over part "Styling Decision" project milestone "Styling Decision/Performance Specification 1" project milestone Design for manufacture, assembly, and service Digital mock-up, virtual model Corrosion test for passenger vehicles, Ehra proving grounds Electromagnetic compatibility Electrostatic discharge Failure modes and effects analysis International Material Data System Ingolstadt corrosion and aging test Design release Design version Design Guideline of the Volkswagen Group Engineering master data recordation Engineering data management system Material Information Sheet System Standard parts management system Zero series (0S) Planning release Product data type Corrosion test for passenger and commercial vehicles in Phoenix, AZ, USA Pilot production Quality management Reference point system Definitions Volkswagen, Volkswagen Group, or subsidiary/asso‐ ciate companies Company contracted by the purchaser

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SE SET SOP TL TLD VRV VW ASSY FT/SE SKD Optional equipment OT VFF PDM DUNS

Simultaneous engineering Simultaneous engineering team Start of production Technical Supply Specification Technical Guideline for Documentation Variant reduction for fasteners Volkswagen Group in-house standard Assembly Technical team/SET Special design documentation (SKD sheet) Optional and/or deletable equipment Genuine part Pre-production approval testing vehicle Product description manual Data Universal Numbering System (a nine-digit coding scheme by which companies worldwide are unambiguously identified)

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15

Applicable documents

The following documents cited in this standard are necessary to its application. Some of the cited documents are translations from the German original. The translations of Ger‐ man terms in such documents may differ from those used in this standard, resulting in terminologi‐ cal inconsistency. Standards whose titles are given in German may be available only in German. Editions in other languages may be available from the institution issuing the standard. CAD-CAM Formula Q Formula Q – Concrete KR 00007 KR 00010 KR 00020 LAH.893.020 LAH.893.060 LAH.DUM.000 LAH.DUM.000.A LAH.DUM.000.K Performance Specification Prototype parts PV 3347 QPN Standard Logistics Performance Specification, Supplier Manual TL 1010 TL 1011 VW 01014 VW 01050 VW 01052 CAD Data Exchange with the Volkswagen Group Group Procurement Quality Assurance Guidelines: Formula Q – Con‐ crete, – New Parts Integral, – Capability Group Procurement Quality Assurance Guidelines Design Guideline; Mounting Points for Measuring and Straightening Ve‐ hicles Lifting Platform Points,Jacking Points Design Guideline; Maintainability Design of Vehicles, Modules, Sub-As‐ semblies and Components After-Sales Service Basic Requirements of Audi AG Environmental and Human Compatibility Performance Specification for Computer-Aided Design with CATIA V5 Performance Specification Supplement: DMU Process in Design Engi‐ neering Performance Specification for Genuine Parts of Volkswagen AG, General Environmental Performance Specification Supplier Manual for Prototype Parts Cleanliness of Engine Components; Determining Residual Particle Quantities Formula Q – New Parts Integral: Qualification Program for New Parts; Procedures with Integrated Acceptance of Run at Rate Logistics Requirements within the Forward Sourcing/Global Sourcing Process for Prototype Parts Materials for Vehicle Interiors; Burning Behavior; Material Requirements Flammability of Non-Metallic Materials; Flammability, Materials Require‐ ments Engineering Drawings; Drawing Frames and Text Macros Technical Drawings; Scales, Lines, Hatching, Break Lines Engineering Drawings; Representations

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VW 01054 VW 01055 VW 01057 VW 01058 VW 01059-1 VW 01059-2 VW 01059-3 VW 01059-3 supplement 1 VW 01059-4 VW 01059-5 VW 01059-6 VW 01059-6 supplement 1 VW 01059-6 supplement 2 VW 01059-6 supplement 3 VW 01059-6 supplement 4 VW 01059-6 supplement 5 VW 01064 VW 01067 VW 01088 VW 01110-1 VW 01133 VW 01155 VW 10500 VW 10514 VW 10540-1 VW 10540-7

Engineering Drawings; Dimensioning Reference Point System (RPS); Specifications in Drawings and 3-D CAD Models Statistic Tolerance Calculation of Dimension Chains Drawings; Lettering Requirements for CAD/CAM Data; Representation of Technical Charac‐ teristics Requirements for CAD/CAM Data; Geometrical and Mathematical Data Quality Requirements for CAD/CAM Data; CAD System CATIA V4 for Vehicle Parts Requirements for CAD/CAM; Process Sequence-Specific Layer Assign‐ ment Requirements for CAD/CAM Data; Guidelines for the CAD System CAT‐ IA V4 in Production Requirements for CAD/CAM Data; CAD System PTC Creo Parametric Requirements for CAD/CAM Data - CAD System CATIA V5-6 Requirements for CAD/CAM Data; CAD System CATIA V5 - Terms Requirements for CAD/CAM Data; CATIA V5: Electrical Wire Routing Requirements for CAD/CAM Data; CAD System CATIA V5; Process Chain Adapter PCA and DMU CATPart Requirements for CAD/CAM Data; CAD System CATIA V5 - Commercial Vehicles CAD/CAM/PDM Requirements; CATIA Version 5 CAD System – CON‐ NECT Module Marking on Production Vehicles; Build Status Documentation Codes on Mechanical Vehicle Parts Use of Auto ID for Unique Object Marking; Serialization Using Optical Coding Methods and/or Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Workpiece Edges; Definitions, Drawing Specifications Threaded Joints; Design and Assembly Specifications Flawless Condition of Metallic Surfaces Vehicle Parts; Approval of First Supply and Changes Company Designation, Marking of Parts; Guidelines for Use Logos; Marking of Vehicle Parts Manufacturer's Code; for Vehicle Parts Identification of Valve Springs

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VW 10550 VW 10560 VW 13705 VW 13750 VW 34022 VW 50180 VW 50185 VW 60000 VW 60457 VW 80115 VW 80808-2 VW 91100 VW 91101 VW 91101 supplement 1 VW 91102 VW 91102 supplement 3 VW 91104-1

Country-of-Origin Marking; Vehicle Parts Date Marking; Vehicle Parts Specification of Surface Texture; Geometrical Product Specifications Engineering Drawings Surface Protection for Metal Parts; Surface Protection Types, Codes Marking of Tools, Auxiliary Tools, Test Equipment, and Gauges (Identifi‐ cation Plate); Requirements Components in the Vehicle Interior; Emission Behavior Vehicle Parts; Resistance to Open-Air Weathering Variant Reduction for Fasteners (VRV); VRV Preferred Part Catalog Mechanical Fasteners; Requirements Profile for Threaded Parts Control Unit Identification by KWP 2000 Services; Version 4.0 Electronic Components and Assemblies in Electrical and Electronic Parts in Motor Vehicles up to 3.5 t; Requirements and Use - Part 2 Environmental Standard for Vehicles; Vehicle Parts, Materials, Operat‐ ing Fluids; Policy, Specifications Environmental Standard for Vehicles; Vehicle Parts, Materials, Operat‐ ing Fluids; Avoidance of Hazardous Substances Environmental Standard for Vehicles; Vehicle Parts, Materials, Operat‐ ing Fluids; Avoidance of Hazardous Substances; Special Requirements of the Volkswagen Group Environmental Standard for Vehicles; Recycling Requirements, Use of Recycled Material, Type Approval with Regard to Recyclability Environmental Standard for Vehicles; Requirements for a Processing Concept Environmental Standard for Vehicles; Environmental Product Balance and Life Cycle Assessment Studies; Requirements for Life Cycle As‐ sessment Studies Environmental Standard for Vehicles; Environmental Product Balance and Life Cycle Assessment Studies; Collecting Data for Life Cycle As‐ sessment Studies General Requirements for the Performance of Component Development Contracts; Subpart 1: Planning Release General Requirements for the Performance of Component Development Contracts; Subpart 2: Procurement Release General Requirements for the Performance of Component Development Contracts; Subpart 3: Design Release General Requirements for the Performance of Component Development Contracts; Subpart 4: Build Sample Approval Typefaces; lineal linear-antiqua; stenciled lettering for engraving and other processes

VW 91104-2

VW 99000-1 VW 99000-2 VW 99000-3 VW 99000-4 DIN 1451-4

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DIN ISO 10007 ISO/IEC 25010

Quality management systems - Guidelines for configuration manage‐ ment Systems and software engineering - Systems and software Quality Re‐ quirements and Evaluation (SQuaRE) - System and software quality models Quality management systems - Particular requirements for the applica‐ tion of ISO 9001:2008 for automotive production and relevant service part organizations Road vehicles - Cleanliness of components of fluid circuits - Part 1: Vo‐ cabulary Road vehicles - Cleanliness of components of fluid circuits - Part 10: Ex‐ pression of results Road vehicles - Cleanliness of components of fluid circuits - Part 2: Method of extraction of contaminants by agitation Road vehicles - Cleanliness of components of fluid circuits - Part 3: Method of extraction of contaminants by pressure rinsing Road vehicles - Cleanliness of components of fluid circuits - Part 4: Method of extraction of contaminants by ultrasonic techniques Road vehicles - Cleanliness of components of fluid circuits - Part 5: Method of extraction of contaminants on functional test bench Road vehicles - Cleanliness of components of fluid circuits - Part 6: Par‐ ticle mass determination by gravimetric analysis Road vehicles - Cleanliness of components of fluid circuits - Part 7: Par‐ ticle sizing and counting by microscopic analysis Road vehicles - Cleanliness of components of fluid circuits - Part 8: Par‐ ticle nature determination by microscopic analysis Road vehicles - Cleanliness of components of fluid circuits - Part 9: Par‐ ticle sizing and counting by automatic light extinction particle counter Process Description for Special Characteristics Material classification in motor vehicle construction - Structure and no‐ menclature Components of motor vehicles - Marking of material Maturity Validation for New Parts Inspection of Technical Cleanliness, Particulate Contamination of Func‐ tionally Relevant Automotive Components Quality Assurance of Supplies Assuring Quality Prior to Introduction into Production QM System Audit QM System Audit – Services

ISO/TS 16949

ISO 16232-1 ISO 16232-10 ISO 16232-2 ISO 16232-3 ISO 16232-4 ISO 16232-5 ISO 16232-6 ISO 16232-7 ISO 16232-8 ISO 16232-9 Special Characteristics VDA Volume VDA 231-106 VDA 260 VDA volume VDA volume 19 VDA volume 2 VDA volume 4 VDA volume 6.1 VDA volume 6.2

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The applicable documents valid at the issue date of the Performance Specification apply. Devia‐ tions therefrom must be agreed upon with the respective departments of the purchaser and docu‐ mented in the Performance Specification. Sources for suppliers: The documents and free tools of the Volkswagen Group can be retrieved over the B2B supplier platform (http://www.vwgroupsupply.com) of the Volkswagen Group with an access authorization. Contact via B2B support or via e-mail: b2bteam@vwgroupsupply.com. VDA documents and vol‐ umes can be obtained at VDA (http://www.vda.de). The VDA volume CRS "Component Require‐ ment Specification" at VDA-QMC. DIN, EN, and ISO documents can be obtained through BeuthVerlag (http://www.beuth.de).

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Appendix A (informative)

Revision record

The following changes have been made as compared to the previous issue. The changes in the text are crossed out and/or marked by a gray background: Table A.1 – Changes as compared to the issue VW 99000: 2015-04
Description of change(s): Section 2.1 "Objectives" - Fulfillment of all Use of all specified testing technologies and concepts for development and planning purposes Section 2.4 "Production process and product release" Text adapted: Before the start of production delivery, each component must achieve P- planning release (P-release), B- procurement release (B-release), K- engineering release (K-release), as well as build sample approval (BMG) if required. Subsections 2.4.1 "P-release", 2.4.2 "B-release", 2.4.3 "K-release", and 2.4.4 "Build sample approval", as well as 2.4.5 "Initial-sample release" broken up und integrated directly in section 2.4: The technical contents are described in the following: – VW 99000-1 "Part 1: P-Release" – VW 99000-2 "Part 2: B-Release" – VW 99000-3 "Part 3: K-Release," and – VW 99000-4 "Part 4: Build Sample Approval" Initial-sample release ... Section 4.6.1 "Production parts and genuine parts" Correction to applicable document at: - Internal and external marking of electronic control units as per VW 80115. (Volkswagen standard deleted: VW 80125; superseded by Q-LAH 80125 "Identification of Electronic Vehicle Systems)." Added: If necessary, part marking in terms of the types of markings and placement of the marking on the component must be agreed upon with the purchaser. Section 5.3.3 "Change management for electronic assemblies" Section completely changed: An overview concerning tests to be carried out for changes to a component for electronic assemblies may be specified via a Delta Qualification Matrix. This applies only to changes to the individual components or to the manufacturing process of an already qualified electronic assembly. The matrix is not valid for changes of the electrical function. A descriptive manual and the complete Qualification Matrix is available as a manual in the B2B supplier platform and in the engineering data management system (KVS). The contractor must determine, by means of the components and processes, the potentially occurring failures (failure mode) for the electronic assembly and the resulting tests and qualifications for the individual components (component, printed circuit board, additional materials) or for the assembly level by means of the current Delta Qualification Matrix. The required tests must be confirmed in detail by the purchaser. All resulting documents must be handed in to the purchaser. New: The series-production change process at the supplier's location must be submitted to and accepted by the Design Engi‐ neering and Quality Assurance departments before PVS. The requirements defined in VDA volume 2 (production process and product release (PPF) procedure) and Formula Q – Concrete, as well as those additionally agreed upon in the order documents, apply. The format of the product change notice must be submitted to and approved by the Design Engineering and Quality As‐ surance departments before PVS (suitable and reasonable categorization of the change scopes with sufficient transparen‐ cy). In the case of assembly changes attributable to changes to the electronic components installed therein, the requirements as per VW 80808-2, section "Change management" and section "Discontinuation" apply. All processes arising from the change must be documented and submitted to the purchaser.

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Description of change(s): Section 7 "Product data management" VW 01059-6-5 deleted, because the VW standard is currently in draft phase; see footnote 4) VW 01059-1, ... VW 01059-5, VW 01059-6, VW 01059-6 supplement 1, VW 01059-6 supplement 2, VW 01059-6 sup‐ plement 3, VW 01059-6 supplement 4, VW 01059-6 supplement 5. VW 01059-6-5. Section 8.3 "Environmental properties of materials" Volkswagen standard deleted; superseded by VW 50180: VW 50179 and Section 9.5 "Additional general requirements" 1st paragraph expanded: Parts in the vehicle interior must be of low flammability as per TL 1010 and TL 1011. For parts and/or materials in the vehicle interior that are subject to more stringent low-flammability and fire behavior requirements than those specified in TL 1010, the low-flammability requirements as per TL 1011 must be coordinated and agreed upon with the purchaser's appropriate departments. Section 14 "Definitions, terms, and abbreviations" Terms and abbreviations updated

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Table A.2 – Changes as compared to the issue VW 99000: 2013-04
Description of change(s): Section 2.5.5.3 "Copyrights" 1st paragraph corrected in German version (grammar changes): 3rd paragraph revised: Where, by virtue of separate contractual agreement with the purchaser, the contractor need not fully comply with the stip‐ ulations of section 2.5.5.3 of VW standard 99000, the contractor is required to supply neutralized RFQ documents (e.g. 2D CAD drawing information, 3-D CAD models) in addition to the documents agreed in the contract. The contractor grants the purchaser free of charge a perpetual right, without restrictions as to geographical or material scope, to use and exploit these neutralized documents by distributing, reproducing, and editing them, especially for purposes of soliciting tenders from third parties. Where there is a reason in individual cases, the contractor may agree with the purchaser that the complete 2-D- and 3-Ddata supplied by the contractor as per the contract must not be transmitted to third parties outside of the companies men‐ tioned in section 2.5.2. However, in this case the contractor is obligated, at contractor's own cost, to supply neutralized RFQ documents in addition to this contractually-owed complete 2-D and 3-D data. Neutralized RFQ documents are pack‐ aging space interface presentations (2-D and 3-D data) that present the installation situation, but not the contractor's prior know-how embodied in the underlying 2-D and 3-D data. The contractor must grant to the purchaser a right of use, free of charge and unlimited in terms of duration, geography, and content to these neutralized RFQ documents for dissemination, reproduction and editing, as well as for making publicly accessible within the context of requesting quotations from third parties. Section 4.6 "Marking of parts" Section 4.6.1 "Production parts and genuine parts" Added: - ... - Text macro for parts identification as per VW 01014 (code no.: NO-E2) Section 5.1 "Quality contribution" Passage deleted: For the prototype phase, a measuring and testing system designed in agreement with the purchaser's Design Engineering division will be provided by the contractor to the quality assurance team in the purchaser's Prototype Shop. Section 6 "Product safety, product liability" Section completely revised. Section 7.1 "CAD requirements" Added in footnote 4): ..., VW 01059-6 supplement 5 and VW 01059-6-5. Data storage in KVS Added: Changes to design data/3-D data models must always be made on the basis of the newest valid released data records from KVS. New: Data storage in Connect The design data and the 3-D data model must be stored in their respective current version and structure in Connect, as per agreement with the purchaser. Section 7.3 "Reference point system and functional dimensions" 1st sentence changed: Every component must be dimensioned according to the reference point system (RPS) specified in VW 01055. Every component must be positioned and aligned as per the reference point system specified in VW 01055 by means of a refer‐ ence point system (RPS, component reference system) and angle and coordinate dimensioning in the vehicle coordinate system.

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Description of change(s): Section 8 "Environmental compatibility" Section 8.1 "General requirements" Corrected: Current Environmental Performance Specifications the "General Environmental Performance Specification" Section 8.2 "Recycling requirements" Corrected: The recycling requirements are intended to ensure the purchaser's compliance with the EC directives 2000/53/EC (end-oflife vehicles), 2006/66/EC (used batteries) and 2005/64/EC (type approval for recyclability) as well as with national laws concerning end-of-life vehicles implementation on a national level. Added: - Observing recycling efficiencies for batteries. Section 9.5 "Additional general requirements" Last paragraph deleted (if required, this is a verifiable requirement in the Component Performance Specification):The components must not produce any objectionable noises that are not typical of operation during operation and driving in the functional temperature range. The appropriate department of the purchaser will assess performance in the vehicle. Section 9.6 "Surface protection, surfaces, edges" Corrected: The surface protection of metallic materials must be preferably designed as per VW 13750. Section 13.1.2 "Ownership of test tools, prototype tools, and production tools" Changed: Copies of delivery notes that have been completely filled out and signed or copies of other equivalent documents (such as joint acceptance reports) and photos of the tool and of the identification plate located on the tool are required in order to invoice test tools and prototype tools. A requirement for invoicing test and prototype tools is the documentation of the tools – in addition to the agreed delivery quality of the prototype tools. Required for the documentation is a detailed description of the individual tools or comparable documents (e.g., joint ac‐ ceptance reports) as well as photos of the tool and the identification plate located on the tool.

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Table A.3 – Changes as compared to the issue VW 99000: 2012-03
Description of change in section: 2.4.3 K-release Addition: The design release is issued with respect to each component and point of use as per the priority list agreed and stipulated in the BT-LAH. 2.5.2 Development for the Volkswagen Group Deleted: MAN AG, Munich, Germany: All connected companies of Volkswagen ....... MAN AG, Munich, Germany are equally entitled to all rights to which the purchaser is entitled on the basis of section 2.5ff. 4.6 Marking of parts 4.6.1 Production parts and Genuine Parts Addition of VW standard: – Use of automatic identification for unique object marking as per VW 01067 4.6.2 Test and prototype parts Addition of VW standard: Test parts and prototype parts must be marked as per VW 01067. 7.1 CAD requirements The following standards are deleted and must no longer be used for new designs The requirements of the standards series VW 01059*)VW 01059-1, VW 01059-2, VW 01059-3, VW 01059-3 Supple‐ ment 1, VW 01059-4, and the provisions with respect to CAD-CAM "CAD Data Exchange with the Volkswagen Group" apply. Addition of footnote added: VW 01059-5, VW 01059-6, VW 01059-6 Supplement 1, VW 01059-6 Supplement 2, VW 01059-6 Supplement 3, and VW 01059-6 Supplement 4. NOTE: VW 01059-1, VW 01059-2, VW 01059-3, VW 01059-3 Supplement 1, and VW 01059-4 must no longer be used for new designs. More precise specification of the applicable document in the second paragraph, last sentence: In particular the Performance Specification Supplement for CATIA V5 contained there must be fulfilled the LAH DUM 000 "Performance Specification for Computer-Aided Design with CATIA-V5" contained there must be fulfilled. KVS data storage Addition in 2nd paragraph: Within the scope of sample inspection, the latest binding version of drawings from the KVS will be used. The supplier must confirm that the components delivered for sampling correspond to the drawings and data version last stored in the KVS system. 7.2 DMU requirements More precise specification of the applicable document in the second paragraph, last sentence: In particular the Performance Specification Supplement for CATIA V5 contained there must be fulfilled the LAH DUM 000 A "Performance Specification Supplement: DMU Process in Design" contained there must be fulfilled. 8.3 Environmental properties of materials Deletion of 2nd paragraph (it is contained in the 3rd paragraph): The scope of supply must not transmit any substances in a gaseous, liquid, or solid state that are hazardous or harmful to health during storage, installation, or use.

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Description of change in section: 13.1.2 Ownership of test tools, prototype tools, and production tools Last paragraph expanded: Copies of delivery notes that have been completely filled out and signed or copies of other equivalent documents (such as joint acceptance reports) and photos of the tool and of the identification plate located on the tool are required in order to invoice test tools and prototype tools. 13.2 Test and prototype parts Reference to section 4.6.2 added: For specifications regarding the marking of test parts and prototype parts, see section 4.6.2.

Table A.4 – Changes as compared to the issue VW 99000: 2011-05
Description of change in section: 2.10 Change management Addition: – Within 10 working days after the contractor is notified in writing of a reviewable modification by the purchaser's Design Engineering division, the contractor must explain in writing to the purchaser's Design Engineering and Procurement con‐ tact persons what effect the modification would have on the project. New section: 5.5 Special characteristics Special characteristics (SC) are product characteristics or production process parameters that may have an effect on safety or compliance with regulatory provisions or the fit, the function, the performance, or the further processing of the product. The contractor will process special characteristics as per the requirements of VDA Volume SC "Process Descrip‐ tion for Special Characteristics". In this connection, VW 01110-1 applies for the classification of threaded joints. The Technical Guideline for Documentation (TLD) markings as per VW 01058 in drawings must be observed (see also section 4.4). 7.1 CAD requirements Addition: Data storage in the KVS The design data and the 3-D data model must be stored in the KVS in their latest version. Within the scope of sampling, the latest version of drawings from the KVS will be used. The supplier must confirm that the components delivered for sampling correspond to the drawings and data version last stored in the KVS system. Suppliers who manufacture as a build-to-print supplier must confirm with the sampling that the component was completed as per the available design and data version. Depending on the KVS access authorization, the supplier must store the above-mentioned data version either directly in the KVS or make it available to the responsible design engineer in the KVS temporary file area. 8.3 Environmental properties of materials Addition: The scope of supply must not, with proper storage, assembly and and under the intended conditions of use, transmit any substances in a gaseous, liquid, or solid state that are hazardous or harmful to health.

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Table A.5 – Changes as compared to the issue VW 99000: 2009-08
Description of change in section: 2.2.1 Reviews during the development process The contractor must perform internal reviews of the work product of each and every development phase (reviews of re‐ quirements, design, testing, hard- and software robustness, configuration management, project follow-up, etc.). The purchaser may at its discretion participate in the reviews which are explicitly product-related as well as in the issu‐ ance of the review results (result protocols, follow-up reports). All open issues resulting from the reviews must be documented in the to-do list. 2.3 Sub-contractor management Change to the 6th paragraph Ensuring sub-contractor quality capability with regard to system, process, and product must be carried out in conjunction with any necessary quality capability improvement steps and must be completed before the start of pilot production (PVS). The action to achieve assured quality capability can be demonstrated is to be evidenced by: 2.4 Production process and product release Correction: Each and every component, prior to the start of production delivery, must get through planning release (P-release), pro‐ curement release (B-release), design release (K-release or E-release), as well as Build Sample Approval (BMG) where required. 2.4.3 K-release (Audi) or E-release (Volkswagen) Correction: The K-release at Audi or the E-release at Volkswagen is issued with respect to each component in accordance with the priority list agreed and stipulated in the BT-LAH. The technical requirements for K-release or E-release are set forth in part 3 of this series of standards. 2.8.1 Testing plan Wording change: project schedule instead of project time schedule 2.8.2 Testing specifications Change: Every test defined in the testing plan will be carried out as per a test specification and documented by the contractor in detail. and The documentation will be handed in to the purchaser for review and will include: 3 Project scheduling Wording change in the entire section: project schedule instead of project time schedule. 4.2 Documentation and archiving requirements Change to 1st paragraph: The delivery of all documents provided to the purchaser in the course of the project must be documented in the form of a list. and The list is to be handed in. 4.6 Marking of parts 4.6.1 Production parts and Genuine Parts Addition: - Internal and external marking of electronic control units as per VW 80160, VW 80115, and VW 80125 5.1 Quality contribution 2nd paragraph rephrased and expanded: The QM plan describes the compliance with the requirements of this standard, the BT-LAH, and the applicable documents regarding the quality characteristics of ISO/IEC 9126-1. The compliance with the requirements of this standard, the BT-LAH, and the referenced documents in regards to the qual‐ ity characteristics of ISO/IEC 9126-1 must be described in a QM plan prepared by the contractor.

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Description of change in section: 5.3.3 Change management for electronic assemblies An overview concerning tests to be carried out for changes to a component for electronic assemblies may be specified via a "Delta Qualification Matrix". This applies only to changes to the individual components or to the manufacturing process of an already qualified electronic assembly. The matrix is not valid for changes of the electrical function. A descriptive manual and the complete Qualification Matrix is available as the "Manual Qualification Matrix for Electronic Assemblies" in the B2B Supplier Platform and in the engineering data management system (KVS). The contractor must determine, by means of the components and processes, the potentially occurring failures (failure mode) for the electronic assembly and the resulting tests and qualifications for the individual components (component, printed circuit board, additional materials) or for the assembly level by means of the current Delta Qualification Matrix. The required tests must be confirmed in detail by the purchaser. All resulting documents must be handed in to the purchaser. 7.1 CAD requirements Change in the 2nd paragraph These are to be obtained exclusively from the CAD Information Center Design Engineering Information Center at the Audi Engineering Portal and implemented without limitation. In particular, the Performance Specification Supplement for CAT‐ IA V5 contained there must be fulfilled. Change to 4th paragraph All CAD data (including drawing data) must be verified before transfer and provided in the form used by the purchaser's CAD system so as not to require any re-working by the purchaser. If the purchaser's internal CAD system changes during the duration of development or production of the product described here in the Performance Specification, the contractor transfers its existing data in the old CAD system into the new system the contractor is obligated to perform modifications of available data in the new CAD system and to transfer tested CAD data to the purchaser without post-processing effort for the purchaser. Migration processes and their extent must be separately coordinated with the purchaser as necessary. 9.2 Materials requirements Concretization of the materials data entry: For recycling type approval of all components and assemblies, at least the weights, the materials, and the materials grades as per VDA 231-106 must be entered in the data processing systems (KSE/KVS or IMDS/MISS) prior to procure‐ ment release.. For the recycling type approval, at least the provisional materials data (i.e., weights, materials, and materials grades as per VDA 231-106) must be entered in the data processing systems (engineering master data recordation (KSE) or IMDS) by the procurement release for all components and assemblies. The responsibility for doing this as follows: - For parts which are developed by a development supplier and for parts for which the production supplier has already been determined, the supplier is obligated to perform the corresponding data entry into IMDS. - For in-house parts or parts for which a supplier has not yet been determined, the design engineer is obligated to perform the corresponding data entry into KVS. In all cases the design engineer is obligated to ensure that the material data is present in appropriate quality at the time of procurement release. For sample inspection, complete material specifications (materials and basic substances) must be entered in the Interna‐ tional Material Data System (IMDS) as per VW 01155 and then updated in the event of changes for all components and assemblies.

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Description of change in section: 11.2 Genuine parts Content changed and section restructured: The contractor is required to ensure the supply of Genuine Parts in accordance with the specifications defined by the pur‐ chaser, which may be separately agreed upon in individual cases. The requirements of the document of the Genuine Parts Division "Performance Requirement of the Volkswagen AG Gen‐ uine Parts Division for Component and Module Development Performance Specifications" apply "Performance Specifica‐ tion LAH.DUM.000.K Performance Specifications for genuine parts of Volkswagen AG," apply or they apply to the extent individually agreed by the parties in any individual case. To help ensure long-term customer satisfaction and optimal market exploitation, account must be taken of the following requirements: – Greatest possible disassembly capability or maintainability of modules, because expensive repair solutions become nec‐ essary with increasing vehicle age.. – A diversity of variations Part proliferation must be avoided to the greatest extent possible. – The contractor must ensure a qualified change service for Genuine Parts documentation. This documentation must con‐ tain technical information, (for example, engineering drawings), information on compatibility, and precise information on application. – The Genuine Parts scope (disassembly level) is defined by the purchaser (cooperatively by the departments of Genuine Parts, Design Engineering, Quality Assurance, and After-Sales Service) in consultation with the contractor. – If repair is not readily possible using the available individual parts of a module, other repair solutions must be developed at the same time from the outset. – The contractor must ensure the supply of Genuine Parts for 15 years after the end of production. The various concepts must be agreed upon between the purchaser and contractor. – For parts quantities for which an exchange program currently exists or reprocessing will be sensible, reprocessing is to be ensured or coordinated with the purchaser in the individual case. – All defined Genuine Parts are released by the purchaser as per the specifications (design documents, drawings, han‐ dling) and documented in the technical bill of materials. – The purchaser enters the data into the technical bill of materials. 12 Standard parts and multi-use parts Change: Standard and multi-use parts preferably from the VRV Catalog" Variant Reduction for Fasteners" are to be used for all new projects in accordance with VW 60000 "Variant Reduction for Fasteners; VRV Catalog." For parts with limited release, consultation with the departmental representatives of the purchaser is required(for contact persons, see cover sheet of the VRV Catalog). 13.1.3 Proof of suitability Section added.

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Table A.6 – Changes as compared to the issue VW 99000: 2008-10
Description of change in section: 2.5.2 Development for the Volkswagen Group Correction: All connected companies of Volkswagen as per §§ 15ff. of the Aktiengesetz [German Stock Corporation Act] and the sub‐ sidiary/associate companies Scania AB, S?dertalje, Sweden; FAW-Volkswagen Automotive Company Ltd., Changchun, People's Republic of China, Shanghai Volkswagen Automotive Company Ltd., Shanghai, China, and MAN AG, Munich, Germany, are equally entitled to all rights to which the purchaser is entitled on the basis of section 2.6 2.5ff. 2.5.5.3 Copyrights Addition: Where, by virtue of separate contractual agreement with the purchaser, the contractor need not fully comply with the stip‐ ulations of section 2.5.5.3 of VW standard 99000, the contractor is required to supply neutralized RFQ documents (e.g. 2D CAD drawing information, 3-D CAD models) in addition to the documents agreed in the contract. The contractor grants the purchaser free of charge a perpetual right, without restrictions as to geographical or material scope, to use and exploit these neutralized documents by distributing, reproducing, and editing them, especially for purposes of soliciting tenders from third parties. 9.1 Material requirements and prohibitions Changes with respect to lead-free soldering: The following applies with regard to lead used in electronic control units or other electrical/electronic applications: - Lead-free soldering is required when developing new components or variations of existing components or modules with SOP ≥ 2009. This also applies to all samples required for testing. ? If technical risks are noted during the development process, these must be reported immediately to the appropriate de‐ partment. ? For new developments with SOP ≤ 2008, lead-free soldering is required as stipulated by law. The soldering temperature of BGA components ... 9.2 Materials requirements Addition in the 8th paragraph: For recycling type approval of all components and assemblies, at least the weights,, the materials, and the materials grades as per VDA 231-106 must be entered in the data processing systems (KSE/KVS or IMDS/MISS) prior to procure‐ ment release. 11.1 After-sales service Change in the 5th paragraph: Chemical thread locking is not permissible must be avoided.

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Table A.7 – Changes as compared to the issue VW 99000: 2008-07
Description of change in section: 2.3 Sub-contractor management Paragraph transferred from section 2.9 with changes: For each individual part required by the contractor for its own manufacturing and supply operations, the contractor must prepare a backup plan explaining what to do in the event a sub-contractor is unable to deliver. The contractor must ex‐ plain this plan to the purchaser on request. 2.9 General scope of development and supply Paragraph transferred from section 2.3 with changes: For each individual part required by the contractor for its own manufacturing and supply operations, the contractor must prepare a backup plan explaining what to do in the event a sub-contractor is unable to deliver. Addition in the last paragraph: Any vehicles and components required for development work in excess of those agreed with and provided to the contrac‐ tor must be purchased by the contractor. 6 Product safety, product liability Change in 2nd paragraph: The contractor is liable for design defects even if they are not discovered until after approval (release, build sample appro‐ val). Documentation submitted during the development process does not release the contractor from liability for the com‐ ponent and any resulting damages. The contractor is strictly liable (liability without fault) to the purchaser for damage the purchaser suffers by reason of legally required recall campaigns, by reason of action taken pursuant to good automotive practice in coordination with the contractor, and by reason of third party damage claims, unless legal responsibility for such damage is proven to rest with the purchaser.

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Table A.8 – Changes as compared to the issue VW 99000: 2008-05
Description of change in section: 12 Standard parts and multi-use parts Standard and multi-use parts preferably from the VRV Catalog (Variant Reduction for Fasteners) are to be used for all new projects. If the parts spectrum is not yet specified in this catalog, all parts used must be exclusively from the Volkswagen Group Standard Parts Management System (NVS). For parts with limited release, consultation with the departmental representatives of the purchaser is required (for points of contact, see cover sheet of the VRV Catalog). the proposed alternative must be checked. Should this not be possible, consultation with the purchaser's Standards department is required. If none of the parts available in the standard parts management system (NVS) can be used, an agreement with the purchaser's Standards department is required. If the purchaser does not provide a 3-D part model of a standard part, the contractor must create a corresponding 3-D part model after consultation with the purchaser's Standards department, which it must then place in the KVS temporary file area and use. The small parts catalog "Instructions for the Use of Fasteners" must be used. The requirements specified in VW 60457 apply to mechanical fasteners. 7.1 CAD requirements Change in the 2nd paragraph: Additional Audi-specific Design Engineering guidelines apply to work performed for Audi. These are exclusively available in the CAD Information Center in the Audi Engineering Portal and must be implemented without restrictions. In particular the two Performance Specification supplements for CATIA V5 and DMU contained there must be fulfilled. Addition to last paragraph: A simplified geometry description must be provided if necessary for unrestricted use in the context of the purchaser's in‐ terlinked worldwide development processes. 7.2 DMU requirements Change and addition: To ensure the consistent use of DMU, the DMU requirements of the "CAD/CAM Data Exchange with the Volkswagen Group" guidelines and instructions issued by the appropriate departments or for each individual project as well as the gen‐ eral guidelines described in this section must be observed. Moreover, additional specific guidelines must be satisfied for Audi AG Design Engineering. These are exclusively available in the CAD Information Center in the Audi Engineering Por‐ tal and must be implemented without restrictions. In particular, the Performance Specification Supplement for DMU must be fulfilled. Omission of sub-sections 7.2.1 to 7.2.6, because their content is identically contained in the CAD/CAM provisions (remov‐ al of redundancies): 7.2.1 Role and objective of the DMU in the product emergence process 7.2.3 Envelopes 7.2.4 Current DMU environment of the contractor 7.2.5 Assembly and disassembly simulation per the DMU 7.2.6 Positioning of components

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Table A.9 – Changes as compared to the issue VW 99000: 2007-10
Description of change in section: 4.4 Vehicle documentation 3rd paragraph: These specifications will be provided to the contractor in the course of the component development, at the latest for pilot production (PVS). upon contract award. 9.1 Material requirements and prohibitions Omission of 4th list point The following applies with regard to lead used in electronic control units and other electrical/electronic applications: Lead-free soldering is required when developing new components or variations of existing components or modules with SOP ≥ 2009. This also applies to all samples required for testing. - ... - ... - - BGA components are still processed with balls containing lead. 9.4 Requirements for electrical components 1st paragraph deleted: The general materials requirements as per VW 80101 additionally apply to electrical/electronic components.


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