17.11.2017 28.02.2018

Shift. The Volkswagen Group sustainability exhibition

DRIVE. Volkswagen Group Forum
Friedrichstraße 84 / Unter den Linden
10117 Berlin, Germany

Open daily
from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm
Admission is free.

Volkswagen is presenting an exhibition focusing exclusively on sustainability at DRIVE. Volkswagen Group Forum in Berlin. Until February 28, 2018, visitors are invited to learn about topics ranging from autonomous driving to Industry 4.0, alternative drive systems, environmental protection, and resource conservation. 12 exhibits inform, etertain and inspire visitors to engage.

Shift mirror
Discover new perspectives!
The future of mobility depends on many factors. How will people want to get from A to B?
Audio benches
Listen in!
Visitors can take a seat on a bench and listen in on conversations about five contentious topics that also concern Volkswagen Group.
When is mobility sustainable?
When is mobility sustainable? Environmental, social, and eco-nomic aspects play an important role in the answer to this complex question.
Climate change
Climate change: Challenges and responsibility
This exhibit introduces visitors tot he causes of climate change and its effects on humanity and ecosystems. Visitors also learn about how transportation contributes to greenhouse gas emissions. Volkswagen acknowledges its responsibility and presents some oft he measures it is taking to address climate change.
Drive me home, SEDRIC!
Introduced in March 2017, SEDRIC is a fully automated, completely electric concept automobile developed by the Volkswagen Group. It offers a preview of future mobility, when cars will require less space and energy.
Projection Model
How will autonomous vehicles change our cities?
This projection model shows how self-driving cars will change the urban landscape and human lives.
Mobility configurator
Which vehicle suits you?
Using an entertaining approach, visitors experience how their personal preferences not only influence their decisions, but also the mobility concepts developed by car manufacturers.
Resource scale
The production of a car requires large amounts of resources.
It takes large amounts of resources to build a car. Nonferrous metals, light metals and steel go into the production of the vehicle, as well as many liters of water. CO2 is given off, especially in the car’s operation. The visitor may compare the recources and materials used by three different vehicle types: electric vehicles, compact cars, and SUVs. They vary in size, furnishing and drive technology. Some results might come as a little surprise.
Supply chain
15,000 steps – one goal
Volkswagen supply chains are long, complex, and entangled. How is the Group achieving environmental protection, human rights, and sustainability?
What do you expect from Volkswagen?
Whish list
Feedback from visitors is very important to Volkswagen. The company is interested in creating a dialogue that will support the further development of sustainable products and services.