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IAA 2019: Webasto Shows System Competence for Mobility Trends

Stockdorf/Munich – August 26, 2019 – At this year's IAA in September, Webasto shows its broad range of solutions for current mobility trends under the motto "Future Mobility Driver". In hall 8.0, booth D10, the system partner of almost all automobile manufacturers introduces innovations relating to autonomous driving, electromobility and interior comfort.

As a premiere, the world market leader for roof systems presents its "Roof Sensor Module" - the solution to integrate sensors, cameras and associated features into the roof system of autonomous vehicles in an aesthetic way.

With many years of expertise in thermal management and electronics development, Webasto is also able to offer highly efficient system solutions for electromobility. Webasto demonstrates this with its standard battery system including vehicle interface box and associated electric heaters as well as the new intelligent charging station Webasto Live.

Several heaters and innovative lighting and shading systems in the roof complete the portfolio for comfort and experience in the cabin.

Webasto will also be presenting its innovative product concepts for the mobility of the day after tomorrow in a digital "Future Car".

About Webasto

The Webasto Group is a global innovative systems partner to almost all automobile manufacturers and among the top 100 suppliers in this industry sector. The company’s product portfolio comprises a broad range of roof and heating systems for every type of vehicle and all drive types as well as battery systems and charging solutions. Moreover, Webasto has a strong position in the aftermarket providing dealers and end customers with customized solutions and services relating to thermo management and electromobility. In 2019 the company generated sales of around 3.7 billion euros and had almost 14,000 employees at more than 50 locations (with over 30 of these being manufacturing plants). The headquarters of the company, founded in 1901, is located in Stockdorf near Munich (Germany).