His company’s future, electromobility and trends in the car industry: German carmaker Audi’s CEO Rupert Stadler shares his views with DW Business from the company headquarters in Ingolstadt.
The German car group is offering owners of older diesel cars rebates of up to 10,000 euros when they trade in their vehicle for a new lower-emissions car. VW subsidiaries Audi and Porsche have announced similar plans.
Germany's engineering and design prowess puts its automakers in a unique position to lead the charge to a future in which cars drive themselves. But that charge requires data - and that's where Silicon Valley comes in.
In an interview with DW, the chairman of Porsche's executive board, Oliver Blume, explains what distinguishes Chinese customers from Europeans and why the German luxury car maker isn't becoming too dependent on China.
Car owners in Germany can claim a rebate of up to 10,000 euros when they trade in their old diesel car for a new car. Many of the old vehicles may end up in Poland – and put pressure on car dealerships.
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