Volkswagen choisit le CO2 comme futur frigorigène pour les systèmes de conditionnement d'air (en anglais)

Suite à l'annonce de ses objectifs environnementaux, le Groupe Volkswagen choisit le CO2 comme futur frigorigène pour ses systèmes de conditionnement d'air.
Following up on the announcement of its environmental goals, the Volkswagen Group chooses CO2 as the future refrigerant for its air conditioning systems.

At the Geneva International Motor Show, the Volkswagen Group affirmed its goal of becoming the world’s most environmentally sustainable carmaker by 2018. To achieve this goal, the Group is investing over two-thirds of its total investment capital in the development of efficient technologies, drive systems and vehicles, as well as in environmentally sustainable production.

The Volkswagen Group is now announcing its entry into CO2 technology, which will be rolled out progressively over its entire vehicle fleet.

Furthermore, according to information from the Frankfurter Rundschau, the VW Group has ordered two series of CO2 mobile air conditioning systems from a Japanese supplier for the luxury models Audi A8 and VW Phaeton.