et! The study of vehicles can someday, indeed, is turned upside down the whole world of light commercial cars. Fully reconcmental, moving with the zero level of emissions, thought out to the smallest details and controlled semiautomatically, if necessary! How wide the significance of this research project can be judged by supporting et! project by the Federal Ministry of Germany for the Protection of the Environment, Protection of Nature and Nuclear Security.
“We analyzed the flows of the processes and needs of customers in detail, and from these analyzes we received ideas about which segment of courier vehicles and delivery can be further developed in the long term. In this context, we focused on the zero level of emissions and semi -automatic driving functions that offer appropriate support and simplification of work processes and integration of new communication technologies. In addition, we also began the design of very emotionally attractive commercial vehicles. To achieve these goals, our teams not only looked into the future from the past, but also worked with the future prospect for the implementation of the advanced development concept based on the technology available today, ”commented Professor Dr. Jurgen Leohold, director of Volkswagen Group Research.
et! The study of vehicles combines the entire spectrum of innovative functions that will be obtained in the future, especially for the logistics business. In particular, the possibility of driving a car semi -automatically and electrically – in the central regions of the city, combining economic and environmental aspects more systematically than ever. As a vision of the future, et! This is a demonstration of what is maximally possible in technology for electric vehicles on the commercial market today, ”explains Dr. Wolfgang Shreiber, spokeswoman for the board of directors of the Volkswagen brand.
Meanwhile,! The concept shown at the world premiere in the design center of Potsdam was specially designed for mail delivery. The study of vehicles will now be integrated in the study and further analysis.