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  • TRATON CEO Renschler: “We want to move into the digital fast lane”
  • The aim: Significantly more than a million networked trucks on the road by 2025
  • TRATON brands developing a common platform for autonomous driving
  • World premiere: Scania’s autonomous concept truck without a driver’s cab deployed for the first time
  • MAN CEO Drees announces the most digitized MAN truck ever
  • Digital brand RIO intends to digitize Volkswagen Group Logistics

The TRATON GROUP is making strides with networked vehicles, logistics, and autonomous driving. Towards this effort, the MAN, Scania, and Volkswagen Caminhões e Ônibus (VWCO) brands are developing common platforms to be more agile and to reduce costs. TRATON’s research and development (R&D) is therefore focused on digitalization: By the end of 2024, more than €1 billion in R&D expenditure is to flow into this area. At the TRATON Innovation Day, Andreas Renschler, TRATON CEO and member of the Board of Management of Volkswagen AG, said: “We want to move into the digital fast lane and are continuing to evolve from a hardware supplier to a provider of software and services.” This is also evident from the almost 2,000 software engineers that already work for the brands today - making up nearly 30% of all engineers employed at TRATON GROUP

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Jörn Roggenbuck
Jörn Roggenbuck
Business Media Relations, TRATON SE
Tel. +49 172 626 9875