Volkswagen is going to launch an electric concept car at CES next month
By Staff Writer
The next year 2016, the annual Consumer Electronics Show hits off in Las Vegas, showing the world's biggest consumer electronic brands and highlighting new technology as different as medical tools through to cars and computers.After some clarification of fuel emission test, Volkswagon decided to show off an all-electric concept car.
The CTA (Consumer Technology Association), CES's parent organization, just announced that Volkswagen Passenger Cars CEO Herbert Diess will be taking the CES stage the evening of January 5th, according to The Verge.
On this event, all journalists will drop by Las Vegas Convention Center to hear how innovation will change the world we live in, meeting of organization CEOs, and find the following huge thing to impact the world around us on coming year.
Gary Shapiro, president and CEO of the CTA, is quick to take note of that in spite of the fact that Volkswagen was welcome to go to and give a keynote before the diesel gate scandal broke, CTA is still cheerful to welcome Volkswagen to CES.
According to Transport Evolved, 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV will also be shown at CES 2016 for the first time, says General Motors CEO Mary Barra. More than 115 automobile companies will show up at CES 2016 with nine automakers using the show as an opportunity to show up new products.
Also, Volkswagen Microbus will make another come back with an electric concept, an official statement confirms, according to Abomus.
"When we agreed to a Volkswagen keynote earlier this year we, along with the world, did not know much about emissions testing, but after talking with Dr. Diess I felt the CES audience would be interested in his vision and curious about his plans for a new type of sustainable car. Now, VW has an opportunity at CES to show the world its designs for the future and how the company views electric mobility and sustainability," said Gary Shapiro.
To anticipate a brighter future where Volkswagen vehicles are powered by greener fuel options and are more associated with the world around, not to proceed with Volkswagen's painful statement of regret procedure for the activities which prompted diesel gate.
Dr. Diess also suggested that "a new standard with regard to connectivity and driver assistance systems is to be defined", and it looks likely that the CES show car will show up autonomous driving technologies. Volkswagen's production car range already includes fully electric vehicles such as the e-Golf and e-Up in some markets.