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CES 2015 – Trained Parking | Volkswagen

At the CES we introduced an advanced evolutionary stage of Park Assist known as Trained Parking. Here the e-Golf uses a camera, mounted in the base of the rear-view mirror, to scan a frequently used path into a parking space, and from then on the parking process is executed in high-precision by sensors and computers.

e-Golf: Electricity consumption in kWh per 100 km: 12.7 (combined), CO2 emissions in g / km: 0 (combined), Efficiency class: A +

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Auf der CES haben wir eine fortgeschrittene Evolutionsstufe des Park Assistenten vorgestellt – besser bekannt als “Trained Parking”. Hier scannt der e-Golf mit einer Kamera, die am Rückspiegel angebracht ist, den Weg in die Parklücke. Von da an wird der Einparkvorgang mit Hilfe der Sensoren und Computer hochpräzise ausgeführt.

e-Golf: Stromverbrauch in kWh/100 km: 12,7 (kombiniert), CO2-Emissionen in g/km: 0 (kombiniert), Effizienzklasse: A+

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  • Jan Reich
    January 9, 2015


  • kEpE SEm
    January 9, 2015

    nice… next gen vehicles

  • Alexander Ziech
    January 10, 2015

    Richtig coole sache ! Ab wann gibt es das im Golf ?

  • JRNexGen
    March 14, 2015

    Electronics fail.   There is a reason garages have entrance doors into the  house.  Just park the car manually and go into the house using the door.  I like VW cars but the self parking system  should not be fully automated.

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