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Volkswagen Unveils 2028 Concept Vehicles

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Are you curious as to what the future of vehicles will hold? Volkswagen and its top engineers were curious, and incorporated their curiosity into the design of the Volkswagen 2028 concept vehicles. These concept cars are not only interesting but they are also somewhat exciting and fun. The Volkswagens that will be on the road in 20 years are planned to be sustainable, and will also be tailored to fit individual needs.

The first concept behind these models is the idea that the vehicles need to be as user friendly as possible, while also being simple and enjoyable to drive. Volkswagen has produced three different concept vehicles and has also updated the VW Up!

All of the Volkswagen concept vehicles include technologies that are staples of science fiction but are not possible yet on a mass production level which would be required for them to be affordable. You’ll be driving fully electric vehicles that are powered by nothing more than the sun. These cars are promised to have the ability to drive themselves, they will be fitted with all encompassing internet, and will have the ability to sense the driver’s mood, and also be able to communicate with other vehicles on the road.

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    Kari , July 16, 2008 8:36 PM
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    and also be able to communicate with other vehicles on the road.

    While this sounds nice, I'll bet someone will infect it with a virus...
    Hope they dont connect the communication system to any of the vital systems onboard.
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    evilshuriken , July 16, 2008 10:22 PM
    This reminds me of something I heard before:
    "What happens when one machine rear ends another?
    Who gets the blame?"
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    evilshuriken , July 16, 2008 10:26 PM
    While you can say all vehicles will be networked and fully aware of each other, there is always the possibility for failure. So one of them could easily go bonkers and run into another. Would the blame then be on the manufacturer?