On The Road in Munich and Berlin

Autonomous vehicles will have a bigger impact on the future of mobility than the transformation to electric vehicles. That’s according to Johann Jungwirth, the Vice President MaaS at Mobileye, which is testing AVs in locations around the world.

Jungwirth was one of the key speakers at SHIFTx in Berlin. He’s been talking to Auto Futures about gaining the public’s confidence in driverless transport.

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Magna International @ IAA Mobility

 

At IAA Mobility 2021, Magna International has been displaying a wide range of new mobility technologies. Its new eDrive technologies allows vehicles to maximise performance, whilst offering a more sustainable solution.

Watch our interview with Tom Rucker, the President of Magna Powertrain.

 

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Siemens AG’s Head of Connected eMobility

 

Germany’s Siemens has developed an autonomous fast charging station and has showcased it together with the fully autonomous truck developed by Sweden’s Einride.

Auto Futures has been talking Dr. Stefan Perras, Head of Connected eMobility at Siemens AG.

 

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Webasto @ IAA

Germany’s Webasto is very much looking to the future with a range of innovations in the mobility space, including advanced battery systems as well as smart charging solutions.

Its stand at IAA Mobility here in Munich features a concept car that shows off many of its new technology and mobility services. Auto Futures caught up with Hartung Wilstermann,
Executive Vice President Battery Systems at Webasto.

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Coming Up:

 

MOVE in London

 

 

LA Auto Show

 

 

Interview with Microlino AG