Veröffentlicht: 20 November 2016 Sunday, 07:04 AM
Bonn, Non 19 (ddeutschenews24.de/dpa) - In the debate surrounding the expansion of electric mobility, Volkswagen CEO Matthias Müller accused inconsistent behavior to motorists in Germany. "On the one hand, many Germans think and act green in everyday life, but when it comes to e-mobility, we as consumers have sharp fingers. I have not yet understood this paradoxical phenomenon, "said Miiller to the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung. He also rejected allegations against the industry: "The car industry has not slept. There is not a lack of supply but demand. "
E-mobility also plays a central role in the "future pact" of the German car maker. The board and works council had presented the plans on Friday. The autocroup, which was heavily hit by the diesel scandal, was to become "the world`s leading manufacturer of electric vehicles" in the field of electric mobility, "the company said.