Germany had been planning to get one million electric vehicles on the road by 2020. But as the deadline approaches, consumers remain wary, we ask why that is.
How do Germans like to get around? That's the question the Transport Ministry asked in a nationwide poll. That the car still dominates is perhaps unsurprising but that doesn't help the nation's green goals.
Volkswagen reportedly wants to start producing some 200,000 electric vehicles at the two sites beginning in 2022. The move is part of the automaker's broader strategy to move to produce cleaner cars.
German drivers are accustomed to spotting young people hanging around and getting up to no good in supermarket car parks after dark. Camels less so.
A study by MIT about self-driving cars as "moral machines" has triggered a hefty and controversial debate among journalists at DW's Science Department. Here are five contentious aspects — and what five authors think.
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