Volkswagen will show a new prototype electric at CES 2016


New prototype electric Volkswagen, at CES 2016. Does the resurrection of the Bulli?

Volkswagen do not want to fall behind in a race that will be decisive for all manufacturers of automobiles: the electric cars. Up to now we have seen small steps in the form of numerous prototypes, together with a range hybrid GTE that covers several of their models and that is already in the dealerships.

The strategy of Volkswagen goes through a major investment and development of electric cars, and in the CES 2016 Las Vegas we will see a new step. Will take place between days 6 and 9 January, and as usual will be one of the most significant annual events in the technology and consumer electronics.

We expect over 150,000 visitors at the Computer Electronics Show 2016. along with a great media exposure. One more year, Volkswagen will be present showing a prototype completely new: this is your first teaser -image or ahead of time – still covered by a sheet of part, that shows us some LED optics, along with daytime running lights also LED in the form of ‘U’ and the brand logo illuminated in blue.


So was the interior of the Volkswagen Golf R Touch shown in the past CES 2015: interaction with gestures and large digital screens, the protagonists

The presentation of this prototype will take place in the afternoon of 5 January, and we believe that that will be new VW Microbus electric. According to the own brand, will kick off “a new era of electromobilidad affordable long distance“. We hope, therefore, that it is a prototype electric with a high autonomy. It will also serve as a showcase to show us the latest technology in cars interconnected.

This prototype will not be the only thing that we see at CES 2016 by Volkswagen. There will also be a site for the connectivity inside the car, and new multimedia systems: part of what is seen in the Volkswagen Golf R Touch Concept (shown in the edition of last year) move into the production models. Will the Golf or Passat this new interaction through gestures in the multimedia systems or the air conditioning? The answer, in a few weeks…