VW’s truck and bus division steps up digitalization

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Traton, Volkswagen Group’s truck and bus division, plans to invest more than €1 billion in the next six years on the electrifcation of its model range, as the world’s biggest vehicle maker implements its companywide commitment to electric powertrains.

Traton, Volkswagen Group’s truck and bus division, plans to invest more than €1 billion in the next six years on the electrification of its model range, as the world’s biggest vehicle maker implements its companywide commitment to electric powertrains. Traton CEO Andreas Renschler expects one out of three Traton Group trucks and buses to be electrically powered “in 10 to 15 years.”

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