Interview: Dr Frederik Zohm, Chief Technology Officer, MAN Truck & Bus

MAN Truck & Bus speaks to Megan Lampinen about its vision for the future of trucking

The digital revolution, electromobility and automated driving are rapidly rewriting the rule book for trucking. Vehicles are becoming smarter and cleaner than ever as automakers scramble to keep up with changing regulations and customer demand. With the pressure from both fleets and government, developments promise to continue at this breakneck speed. At MAN Truck & Bus, preparations for the future are well underway. The Future Lion business strategy specifically calls for investments in e-mobility, platooning, and digital services. At the same time, preparing for the future requires ensuring profitability today. As Frederik Zohm, Chief Technology Officer, tells Automotive World, this balance should make MAN fit for the future.

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