ยท The participation of the experienced provider of automated electric passenger transport systems in 60 percent complements existing cooperations and investments ZF strives to establish new standards for autonomous mobility and transport solutionsFriedrichshafen/ Utrecht. ZF Friedrichshafen AG has acquired a 60% stake in 2getthere B.V. The company offers comprehensive automated transportation systems based in Utrecht, the Netherlands, with branches in San Francisco, Dubai and Singapore. Applications range from driverless electrical transportation systems to airports, businesses and Nina Friedmann, `49 69 719 168 171,wabco@klenkhoursch.de – ZF acquires WABCO for $136.50 per share for a total value of about $7 billion Sean Deason investorrelations@wabco-auto.com, “It`s the right combination at the right price at the right time for WABCO,” said Jacques Esculier, President and CEO of WABCO. “We have a successful collaboration with ZF, including prototype industry technologies, and the strategic adjustment between our two companies is compelling. After a thorough review, we are very pleased to announce a final agreement that we believe is in the best interests of WABCO shareholders. Global automotive equipment maker ZF Friedrichshafen AG has reached a final agreement to acquire WABCO Holdings Inc for just under $7 billion. Under the agreement announced Thursday, ZF will acquire all outstanding WABCO shares for $US 136.50 per share in a cash transaction worth more than $7 billion. The acquisition price corresponds to a 13% increase in the closing price of 120.75 $US on 26 February, prior to media reports and WABCO`s confirmation that ZF has approached the company.

“As part of the agreement, ZF will acquire all outstanding WABCO shares for $136.50 per share in a cash transaction with a capital value of more than $7 billion,” an official statement said. Caution for Forward-Looking Statements This document may contain “forward-looking” statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, including, but not only, statements about the closing of the merger. In this context, forward-looking statements often refer to future business and financial performance and financial circumstances and often contain words such as “wait,” “wait,” “plan,” “plan,” “believe,” “seek,” “see,” “target,” “target,” similar or negative expressions and variations of those words included. Forward-looking statements of this type deal, to varying degrees, with issues that are uncertain to varying degrees. B such as statements regarding the conclusion of the proposed merger and its expected benefits. These statements, as well as other forward-looking statements, are not guarantees of future results and are subject to risks, uncertainties and assumptions that could cause actual results to differ materially from those expressed in forward-looking statements, including failure to complete or notify the proposed merger or to take any other action necessary to complete such a merger in a timely manner, or in any case. The inclusion of such statements should not be seen as a presentation that plans, estimates or expectations are met. You should not place undue reliance on such statements. Important factors that could lead to actual results differing materially from these plans, estimates or expectations include, among other things, (1) that the entity may not be able to obtain the shareholder approval necessary for the merger; 2. Conditions for completing the merger, including obtaining the necessary administrative approvals, cannot be met or removed in a timely manner or by other means; 3. A public or supervisory body may prohibit, delay or deny authorization to conclude the merger, and request conditions, restrictions or restrictions on merger authorizations that may affect the expected benefits of the proposed merger or induce the parties to waive the proposed merger; 4. Concentration can result in costs, liabilities or delays i