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Thomas Ulbrich, the Board Member responsible for e-mobility at Volkswagen, promotes a collaboration between the automotive industry and politicians in Berlin.
Learn more about the Volkswagen “Electric for all” campaign and the role that Volkswagen Saxony will play in it.
The Modular Electric Toolkit, improved batteries, new charging technology: How Volkswagen is advancing e-mobility.
The German state of Saxony is set to become Europe’s center of e-mobility. The first models from Volkswagen’s I.D. range will start rolling off the production line here starting in 2019, making electric driving more appealing than ever before.
Nothing gets on drivers’ nerves more than a traffic jam. And yet these stop-and-go phases are avoidable. If we networked the same way bird flocks do, traffic jams would soon be a thing of the past.
Totally climate-neutral e-Golf production began at the Gläserne Manufaktur in 2018.
No coins, no parking ticket – no problem: With the travipay app, the future of parking is coming to Dresden. In seven parking garages, drivers can now pay without cash by using stickers and cards.
No rattling, humming or roaring: electric cars such as the e-Golf are quiet – and a potential risk for other road users. Volkswagen engineers have therefore developed characteristic sounds for each e-speed.
It needs to be reliable, ubiquitous and user-friendly. However, poor charging infrastructure is currently one of the biggest obstacles preventing electromobility from breaking through to the mass market. Luckily this is about to change.
Ole Reuss receives us in a bright start-up office in Berlin-Friedrichshain. The 47-year-old is an ambassador for the Volkswagen Digital:Lab, one of six worldwide Innovation Labs run by Volkswagen Group IT.
In Dresden, you only need to step outside the door of the Gläserne Manufaktur to gain an impression of future city mobility: the MOBIpoint is a hub of urban mobility! The essential features of the new transport concept.
For the first time internationally, a large car factory is completely transformed from a combustion engine to an electric drive. The Volkswagen plant in Zwickau thus becomes the largest and most efficient electric power plant in Europe. All-electric ID.3 have been rolling off the assembly line here since 4 November.
Battery or fuel cell: which of both is the most sustainable mobility strategy? We explain where, according to the current state of play, the decisive advantages of the e-drive system lie in comparison to the fuel cell. And why Volkswagen’s decision to consistently promote e-mobility is the right one.
e-Golf: Power consumption combined 13,8 - 12,9 kWh/100 km - CO2 emissions in g/km: 0 combined - efficiency class: A+