"Shaping Mobility - for Generations to Come" is the strategy of the Volkswagen Group which promises sustainable mobility solutions for every customer requirement. The Volkswagen brand is therefore in the process of transformation: the largest model offensive has been launched, the car is becoming a "mobile phone on wheels" and in 20 years only e-cars will be sold in Europe. At Volkswagen Live we talk about why conventional models are particularly important at this time of change: they define the peak of what is currently technically doable. We are looking forward to exciting guests from the brand, the Group and various editorial departments who will examine the topic of the ransformation phase\ from different perspectives in three programs. Turn it on, we be glad to see you.
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