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    Volkswagen Group, automotive, Wolfsburg, Germany

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    Projects and products:

    Sedric, concept of autonomous ride-sharing

    BUDD-e, electric microbus concept

    V-Charge: Fully automated valet parking and charging using only low-cost sensors

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    Volkwagen and Stanford's driverless parking car

    Uploaded on Apr 16, 2010

    Autoblog gets a ride in a driverless car that parks itself all by itself developed by Volkswagen and Stanford.

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    Volkswagen Golf R Touch - gesture control, touchscreen demo at CES 2015

    Published on Jan 13, 2015

    The Volkswagen Golf R Touch packs an array of high resolution screens, gesture sensing technology and capacitive buttons into the cabin. We go hands-on with its suite of experimental tech.

    "Volkswagen Golf R Touch gesture controlExperimental interior hands-on impressions"

    by Derek Fung
    January 12, 2015

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    VW Robot Car Charger - robot valet refuels your car while you shop

    Published on Jul 18, 2015

    In the future we may well drop our car off at the entrance to the shopping mall car park, and leave it to drive itself to a refueling point and then automatically park up to wait for our return. Sounds incredible? Not if German motor group VW has its way. But you will need an electric vehicle to take advantage of this kind of shop & charge valet service.

    The company demonstrated their ultra high tech valet vision in Amsterdam recently, using a bunch of sci-fi technology, like wireless induction charging, an autonomous self-driving electric Golf and a fancy robot station. The first part, V-Charge, uses a wireless charging plate on the floor of the car park to charge up the vehicle automatically as it sits in a parking slot.

    The car automatically drives into the parking slot and stops over the top of the charging plate, at which point charging starts going. It that's too slow for you, then you can use a faster charge method with the robot doing all the hard work, while you go grab a cafe latte or whatever.

    It's all a bit too close to weird future robot-land for our liking.

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    "VW Robot Car Charger – robot valet refuels your car while you shop"

    by Nigel
    July 18, 2015

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    How a car is made: Part 5 - Robots in production

    Published on Dec 4, 2015

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    The new Tiguan: Car-Net

    Published on Dec 16, 2015

    With the advanced Car-Net services in the new Tiguan map data can be updated and routes can be planned conveniently from home.

    Tiguan R-Line 2,0 TDI (140kw) - The vehicle has not yet gone on sale. It does not yet have type approval and therefore Directive 1999/94/EC does not apply. Provisional values: fuel consumption in l/100 km: 5.4; CO2 emissions in g/km: 142.

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    CES 2016: Volkswagen Keynote

    Published on Jan 6, 2016

    Volkswagen presents the innovative concept BUDD-e, which is based on the Modular Electric Drive Kit (MEB) and is the next big step for electric vehicles, at the CES in Las Vegas. The Chairman of the Board of Management of the Volkswagen brand, Dr. Herbert Diess, said in front of 2300 visitors to the show, that “the BUDD-e is a realistic trend setter”. With the innovative e-Golf Touch he also demonstrated the next generation of infotainment for large scale production with a new display and control concept, which includes gesture control and larger displays.

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