Volkswagen took home a whopping six honors at the AutomotiveINNOVATIONS Awards presented by the Center of Automotive Management (CAM). Those awards include “Most Innovative Company 2015,” first place in the categories of “Networked Vehicles,” “Vehicle Concepts,” “Conventional Drives,” and “Safety Systems,” and most importantly, “Most Innovative Car Manufacturer of the Decade.”
CAM, a Germany-based institute for automotive and mobility research presents the AutomotiveINNOVATIONS Awards every year. CAM found that “1251 individual innovations, 212 of which were world firsts, have been developed by Volkswagen in the last ten years. Highlights among these include the XL11, a platform for new technology; the Bugatti Veyron 2, the most powerful and fastest production vehicle; Audi’s LED matrix headlights; and the first dry dual clutch 7-speed gearbox to go into series production.”
“I share this award with the 600,000 employees of all the 12 brands of the Volkswagen Group in Germany and all our locations around the world. They are creating the mobility of tomorrow. It is their high-level technical expertise, great creativity and the excellent quality of their work that make the Volkswagen Group a leading innovator in the automotive field,” said Professor Dr. Ulrich Hackenberg, who is responsible for cross-brand development coordination within the Volkswagen Group in a statement.
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