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Stefan Bratzel

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Center for Automotive Research

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Center for Automotive Research

3005 Boardwalk

Ann Arbor, Michigan,48108

United States

Company Description

The Center for Automotive Research is a non-profit organization based in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Its mission is to conduct research on significant issues related to the future direction of the global automotive industry, organize and conduct forums of value to th...more

Background Information

Employment History

Head of the Center

Automotive Research Institute


Leitung Center of Automotive

Fachhochschule der Wirtschaft (FHDW)


Director of the Center of Automotive Management

UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES


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autoglassdigest.com

But if they succeed there, then it wouldn't hurt to have an Aston Martin in your portfolio," said Stefan Bratzel, the head of Germany's Centre for Automotive Management.


www.evmeerkat.com

The government's goal "is quite simply not achievable," said Stefan Bratzel, director of the Center of Automotive Research in Bergisch Gladbach.
There was "a lot of euphoria, but no vision for a feasible economic model" for the electric car in Germany, he complained. - 'Concerted action' - The VW scandal may provide a chance to restart the electromobility debate in Germany. "But for that, real concerted action is needed between automakers, suppliers and the authorities," Bratzel said. Offering car buyers a purchasediscount would likely prove only a flash in the pan with regard to kickstarting overall demand, the expert argued. The main determining factors for the lasting success of electric vehicles would be considerations of "battery autonomy, infrastructure and price," Bratzel insisted. Public subsidy of any electromobility initiative remains controversial. The opposition environmentalist Green party is calling for a general overhaul of the system of taxes for vehicles, arguing that powerful, big-cylinder and pollutant engines should face the highest levies. But that is a road the government appears reluctant to go down. Instead, Berlin announced, just a week after the VW scandal broke, the construction of 400 battery-charging stations for electric cars at motorway service stations by 2017, as well as a number of "privileges" for electric vehicles on public roads. They would, for example, be allowed to use bus lanes and benefit from free parking in towns and cities. However, at the end of the day, it is the local and municipal authorities that have the final word on such initiatives and they "have no interest in jamming the bus lanes with private cars, even if they are electric cars," said Bratzel.


autoslately.com

"Moving to hybrid propulsion seems like a logical next step for supercar makers," Stefan Bratzel, head of the Centre of Automotive Management near Cologne, was quoted as saying.


www.nationwidecarshows.com [cached]

The scandal "has had huge effects on Volkswagen and the whole sector", said industry expert Stefan Bratzel of Germany's Center for Automotive Management.


bajasafari.blogspot.com

"This merger implies huge synergies," Stefan Bratzel, head of the Center for Automotive Research Institute in Bergisch-Gladbach, Germany, said before the announcement.


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