Nearly 400,000 tons of CO2 will be spared thanks to connected mobility functions—as much as the Black Forest national park in Germany can process in three years.
On the stylish and youthful streets of Barcelona, carmakers, tech giants, telecom companies and start-ups are creating an inspiring new vision of transportation for the 21st century city.
As the global car industry prepares for the long transition to electric vehicles, there is growing interest in the potential of compressed natural gas (CNG).
"We believe in CNG as one of the many alternative energies that will coexist in the future." Andrew Shepherd, Head of CNG Products, SEAT.
"Demand for connected car services is growing all the time and we aim to be the leaders in this market." Dr. Matthias Rabe, EVP, Research & Development, SEAT
Barcelona-based SEAT is incorporating mobile communications and entertainment technology into its models to appeal to a young and vibrant segment of the population.
"In our Martorell factory we are already using innovations such as smart glasses, virtual reality and autonomous, collaborative robots."
Leyre Olavarria talks about how SEAT has partnered closely with technology companies and changed its product development culture to emerge as a leader in car connectivity.
Spanish car manufacturer SEAT occupies pole position in the race to develop connected cars. Buzz speaks to Fabian Simmer about how the company is responding to changing demand and how it is innovating for the future.
José Nascimento, head of SEAT’s Metropolis:Lab Barcelona, discusses the dramatic impact that new data-based technologies could have on the future of urban mobility.