Gazelle Tech is a French brand of urban cars made entirely of composite materials.
The autonomy is 180km. It can be fully charged in 4 hours from a domestic socket. In addition to its electric version, a gasoline version is planned that will be destined for emerging countries.
The car is connected to applications such as CarPooling to reduce consumption per passenger.
To design the Gazelle, they have developed the patented Aerocell technology for self-supporting bodywork in composite materials, which drastically lightens the vehicle while maintaining comfort and safety. This cuts the fuel / energy consumption almost in half.
Gazelle is committed to the sale of fleets, in addition to private sales. One of the most important innovations is the disruptive industrial model based on the relocation of production as close as possible to their customers.
In this way it is not limited to only selling fleets to other countries, but to create a new business environment in them.
Their vehicles are assembled in micro-factories supplied by containers of spare parts. These modular production units can be installed very quickly and make it possible to recreate skilled jobs locally. They are particularly suited to emerging countries wishing to develop an automotive industry. The deployment of these production units is accompanied by a transfer of technology to adapt Galleze cars to local needs.
Gazelle Tech price: Starting at €18,000 (projected price).
For the sale / rental of microfactories, the costs are completely different and must be negotiated individually.