Volkswagen Group (“Volkswagen Aktiengesellschaft”) further strengthens its capabilities in the development of automated driving (AD) solutions.
Nimble in the city, agile on country roads, and relaxed on the highway: Volkswagen’s new ID.4 SUV is effortless and fun to drive. Volkswagen has invested a great deal of know-how in the chassis of the ID.4—in both the mechanical components and the electronic control system.
Today, Volkswagen Group Components opened the Group’s first plant for recycling electric car batteries in Salzgitter. With the pilot plant, the Volkswagen Group takes another committed step towards our goal of sustainable end-to-end responsibility for the entire value chain of the electric vehicle battery.
Seattle may not be known as a hotbed for the U.S. automotive industry, but that’s changing thanks to the increasing importance of cloud computing for connected and autonomous vehicles. In recent years, Seattle’s nickname of “Cloud City” has not only referred to the weather, but for the industry built around some of the best cloud...
Regenerative braking, in other words energy recovery when decelerating, greatly boosts the range of any electric vehicle. However, what should happen when drivers of electric vehicles take their foot off the right-most pedal is a difficult, philosophical question.
Today, Volkswagen Group Components gives the first glimpse of the prototypes of its mobile charging robot. This is one of the visionary charging concepts that Volkswagen hopes will expand the charging infrastructure over the next few years.