The future Volkswagen Trinity, an electric saloon coming in the middle of the decade, will feature advanced autonomous driving features. The German brand is working on a system that will be made available to all customers, on demand: the “Driverless on demand” will be sold by subscription with multiple possibilities…
This will be the future Volkswagen Trinity 2026, electric and autonomous level 4 in 2026.
Delegating driving to the car’s control system will be activated via wireless software updates. Klaus Zellmer, head of sales and after-sales and of Volkswagen, who has told a German newspaper that “We can think about offering autonomous driving with hourly rates. Propose popular prices. For example 7 euros an hour. Those who do not want to drive for 3 hours will therefore pay 21 euros.
The proposal is curious and, for now, not definitive, since it involves carrying out a more in-depth study.