Futuristic Car Brands
The world of autonomous vehicles and urban solutions is seeing a rapid shift as major companies are making progress in the right direction. Various startups are also seeing the potential of gargantuan profit in the sector and thus multiple companies now offer extremely unique products.
In this car brand list, 5 such autonomous vehicles and urban solutions that are aimed at providing solutions to everyday users are mentioned here to illustrate how the sector has evolved in recent times.
List of Car Brands
Local Motors Olli
The first vehicle in this list is from Local Motors which is a company that was founded back in 2007, known for his Rally Fighter. The vehicle known as Olli carries a range of 40 miles (65km) with nominal load and in more extreme conditions, it can cover a range of 25 miles (40km).
The vehicle can be charged in 1.5 hours and can reach max speeds of 25 miles/hour. The vehicle can carry upto 612 kilograms.
The second company on this list is Nuro which was founded in 2016 and carries the aim of bringing the benefits of robotics to everyday use. It's a really interesting design concept. The first product of the company is a self-driving vehicle that has been designed for the transportation of local goods.
The vehicle is fully autonomous and transports goods affordably yet quickly and safely.
The third futuristic car brands on this list is NEXT which offers a modular electric vehicle system for transportation. Each module can be connected and separated from other modules on standard city roads. After connecting, they create a bus-like open area between the modules, allowing passengers to walk from one module station to another.
The units that make up this system can carry 10 passengers at a time with the capacity to seat 6 whereas 4 passengers can stand.
Several units can be joined together to give a bus mode to the units. The maximum loading capacity of each unit is 900kg to 1450kg and speeds up to 90 km/h can be achieved by a power terrain that peaks out at 32KW. The range varies from 100km to 400km depending upon the load.
The next vehicle on the list is the scandinavian car brand Biomega EV, which is expected to be launched in 2023. The vehicle will feature a 60KW motor with a power consumption of 11kWh per 100km. The 0-100 km/h acceleration of the vehicle will be 13 seconds and the range is expected to be 160km. The expected price of the vehicle will be €20k.
Biomega adheres to the less-is-more approach of Scandinavian design standards. Biomega EV creates a new open-wheel vehicle typology that allows for a flat floor and easy maneuvering in tight urban spaces, while the invention of a fascia window maximizes road view. This vehicle is designed to be built using state-of-the-art lightweight composites, including a use of modular carbon fiber for high volume automotive production. Through uncluttered interior, the car rejects superfluous styling in favor of low cost, comfort and sustainability.
The fifth and last company on this list is Canoo which is a Los Angeles based company that offers two vehicles to customersthat are:
• Canoo Lifestyle Vehicle
• Multi-Purpose Delivery Vehicle (MPDV)
Canoo Lifestyle Vehicle
The Lifestyle Vehicle has been designed for carrying passengers and features a cabin size similar to SUVs with the footprint of a compact vehicle which enables owners to have the best of both worlds. The vehicle needs a charge time of 28 minutes to reach 80%, the vehicle has a range of 250 miles and seats 7 passengers.
Multi-Purpose Delivery Vehicle (MPDV)
The Multi-Purpose Delivery Vehicle (MPDV1)has a cargo volume of up to 450 cubic feet and features a range up to 230 miles. The vehicle has a payload of up to 1980 lbs.
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