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auto motor und sport congress: Thomas Nagel

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D ass alternative concepts do not stop at maturing, Michelin has been demonstrating for years.

'The focus on sustainable mobility is in full swing. Looking back and examining the current situation can help us to better understand the challenges of tomorrow and provide us with food for thought,' says Thomas Nagel, project manager e-mobility at Michelin recently at the tire and chassis symposium in Vienna. Michelin's approach to the tire of the future is correspondingly visionary. The handle in grandmother's sewing box revives the wheel hub motor. The new version combines suspension, brake and motor in the wheel. The Active Wheel is about to be ready for series production. In addition, Michelin is committed to reducing energy consumption in tire production and reducing consumption by reducing rolling resistance.


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