Currently, many experts speak of a necessary change in traffic and mobility. For environmental reasons alone, we cannot afford to go on like this – but the transport sector is the sector which, despite all technological progress, is lagging furthest behind the objectives of the Paris decisions. Many industrialized countries are relying on accelerated technological progress in new drive forms, new synthetic fuels, new materials and new sensor systems. Artificial intelligence and efficient networking are designed to reduce the number of accidents, to make traffic congestion-free, to make better use of infrastructures, to reduce emissions, to save time and to significantly increase driving comfort. But to what extent is the technology capable of mastering the challenges of tomorrow’s mobility?