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Welcome to the year 2028
What will the world of driving feel like in 20 years? This question may sound abstract, but it requires very human answers.Welcome to our vision of the driving future. Here youll see how Volkswagen engineers, designers and trend researchers are jointly developing breakthrough answers to the question How will we drive?.And how we innovate to keep driving life sustainable and rewarding,for millions of drivers worldwide. Just as weve always done.Now, stating a vision is good. But living it is much better.So please join and think along with us.Because the future of driving belongs to everyone.
01. Sunfuel®: fuel from biomass.
Fuel up on sunlight in the future.
Sustainable second-generation fuels, such as SunFuel® developed by Volkswagen, have an almost entirely neutral CO2 emissions balance. The quantity of carbon dioxide produced in combustion is basically the same as the quantity of carbon dioxide that is converted into biomass
via photosynthesis during plant growth a closed loop.
Taking biofuel to the next level.
Unlike first-generation biofuels such as rapeseed-based biodiesel, it is not just the fruit or seed that is suitable for conversion into fuel its the whole plant. This means the plant can also still be used for food production. All thats used for fuel generation is what used to be waste
products, e.g. stems and leaves.
The future starts here.
SunFuel® wont just be used in the engines of tomorrow: it can already be used with todays engine technology. SunFuels® potential for reducing CO2 emissions can thus be realised in the medium term, as it isnt dependent on the introduction of a new generation of engines.
02. Combustion engines:
evolution, not revolution
Smaller engines, greater driving pleasure. Further optimisation of engine technology will make a
fundamental contribution to the configuration of sustainable mobility. In todays engines, this optimisation is achieved (amongst other things) by downsizing, i.e. the fuel is burned in engines that are increasingly smaller in size but are increasingly more efficient, e.g. a modernTSI engine.
03. Electrical vehicles: more fun with electricity.
A further key technology is the innovative TDI engines from Volkswagen. The aim of the further optimisation of these engines is to make combustion of the diesel fuel almost entirely emission-free by using internal engine measures such as exhaust gas recirculation and improved fuel-mixture generation.
The best of two worlds.
The next stage in this development is the CCS combustion process, which combines the advantages of the homogeneous fuel-mixture generation of a petrol engine and the efficient self-ignition of a diesel engine.
The CCS engine unfolds its full potential if it is run with special fuels such as SunFuel®. However, CCS technology also produces significant reductions in consumption and emissions for traditional diesel engines.
No emissions in the future.
The bridging technology to the zero-emissions electric car of the future is the hybrid concept, consisting of a combustion engine and electric engine. A combustion engine runs the vehicle for long distances that cannot otherwise be covered, due to the limited storage capacity of the current batteries.
In the next step, the combustion engine is used as a range extender. It does not drive the vehicle over longer distances; instead, it charges the batteries for the electric drive. The extremely low-volume and efficient engines used here can burn SunFuel® in accordance with the CCD principle and thus have a neutral emissions balance. More driving fun, thanks to environmental protection. The zero-emissions electric car of the future will be run by a high-performance battery. Power will initially be supplied by an on-board power generator, the fuel cell, in which hydrogen and oxygen react with one another and generate electrical energy. Instead of exhaust gas, these cars will only produce pure H2O, i.e. water.
Always powered up.
Once more efficient batteries with sufficient storage capacities have been developed, there will no longer be any need for the fuel cell. The car will then be able to draw its energy from the solar-powered outlet in the home carport. As electric engines release full power from the
first touch on the accelerator, electric driving will also provide a dramatic increase in driving dynamics.
Le Concept Up! est le prototype de petite citadine que Vw présentera au salon de Frankfort. Long 3,45, large de 1,65 et haut de 1,45m, elle préfigure la futur mini citadine de Vw. Concurrente direct du trio C1/101/Aygo dont elle reprend d'ailleurs le style.
Le Volkwagen Visio est un concept qui a été réalisé par Marc Kirsch de lUniversité des Arts de Braunschweig en Allemagne. Le Volkswagen Viseo Concept est un véhicule électrique 3 places. Il a été développée en collaboration avec le Centre de Design Volkwsagen de Wolfsburg . La principale originalité du concept est une large surface vitrée et un compartiment de coffre détachable.
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