Register now.

Here are the benefits for you after registration free of charge at ATZlive

  1. Many advantages and exclusive preferential offers
  2. Your event documents are available for download for follow-up activities
  3. Images of the conferences you attended are available for download
  4. Access to helpful forms

Vehicles of Tomorrow 2022

Place and date are not fixed yet

Vehicles of Tomorrow 2022

What must sustainable concepts look like in order to meet future mobility requirements? The intelligent, networked, electrified and automated vehicle presents designers, vehicle developers, materials engineers and production experts with new challenges, because it opens up new degrees of freedom and concepts for the body, chassis and interior. These primarily require the use of innovative materials, but also new joining and assembly technologies. This makes it all the more important to accompany this process with an international conference and to strengthen cooperation between different industries.


This conference is aimed at all those involved in finding solutions in the process chain of vehicle development and who deal with the topics of design, development, materials, and production. It is a key meeting place for decisionmakers, materials and development engineers, technicians, plant managers for car and commercial vehicle manufacturers, suppliers, machine manufacturers, and engineering service providers, as well as universities and associations.



Conference Language

Simultaneous interpreting (German/English)

The accompanying trade exhibition

A trade exhibition of interesting suppliers and service providers rounds off the conference and provides the opportunity to find out about innovations on site.

Details on the trade exhibition

Your contact partner

Your contact partner

Hannah Klusmann

+49 (0) 611. 7878 321


From the Editor

The organizers

Media partner

Director and Advisory Board

An advisory board supports our conference in terms of planning and finding topics.

Director of the Conference

Prof. Dr. Lutz Eckstein, RWTH Aachen University