“We will bring the future into production” – Interactive exhibition on the mobility of the future in DRIVE. Volkswagen Group Forum in Berlin

Source: Volkswagen
Source: Volkswagen

Volkswagen is intensively researching the mobility concepts of the future. The latest exhibition in DRIVE. Volkswagen Group Forum will show you where we are heading. With the theme “Making the future real – we will bring the future into production”, the presentation of future mobility and operating concepts starts tomorrow, 1 December 2016. This innovative exhibition will run in Berlin, at Friedrichstrasse 84 on the corner of Unter den Linden and is open daily* to all those interested.

Anyone asking themselves what the future on the road will look like will get some answers at the Volkswagen brand’s special exhibition. Exciting exhibits and vehicles will demonstrate the future of driving in different exhibition areas. The leaps from today’s assistance systems to the systems of tomorrow and beyond, all the way to automated driving, are impressively staged.

The exhibition is designed to be interactive. Visitors can get involved, learn about and try out many new products themselves: exhibits have been created in cooperation with the Wolfsburg Phaeno Science Center (www.phaeno.de) that will entice visitors, both large and small, to come and take part. From control via gestures to a virtual ride through Paris in the I.D.1, the new Volkswagen electric concept car – captivating moments of an exciting new automotive world are awaiting visitors.

In addition, current models such as the Golf GTE2 will be shown alongside concept cars such as the showcar BUDD-e3 from the CES 2016 and the GIRA concept car, an autonomous driving demonstrator car. The fact that Volkswagen has always researched in the field of electric mobility and developed alternative drive systems is clearly illustrated by an electric Bulli from 1979 and a view of the historical timeline.

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*The exhibition is open daily from 10 am to 8 pm, except on 25 and 26 December and 1 January 2017 when the opening hours will be from 12 noon to 6 pm. The exhibition will be closed on 24 and 31 December.