Our revolutionary approach eliminates the separation between people-moving and goods transport with a self-driving, electrically powered chassis that has interchangeable bodies depending on the function required. It’s an idea that will help meet the needs of expanding cities, growing businesses and increasing numbers of commuters.
By incorporating an IT infrastructure that analyses the supply and demand within a defined area – in real time – our self-driving fleet will follow routes planned flexibly and efficiently on the basis of current transportation needs.
It’s an ambitious but entirely realistic concept. Vision URBANETIC can accommodate up to twelve passengers, while the cargo module can
carry up to ten pallets, which means fewer vehicles on a virtually unchanged road infrastructure.
With fully automated driverless operation, operating costs fall significantly. And with the exception of charging times for the battery-electric drive and maintenance periods, each vehicle can be in use around the clock, 365 days a year. It means, for example, the concept provides an answer to an ever-increasing demand in the logistics sector – and its lack of drivers.