REE Unveils Autonomous Delivery Van Concept
Electric vehicle start-up REE has unveiled a fully autonomous last-mile delivery van concept based on its own modular platform.
The concept, named the Leopard, is intended for delivery fleet operators, online retailers, and technology companies.
The vehicle measures 3.4m long and 1.4 wide, however, this can be altered to suit the needs of customers. Sizes range from 2.9m to 3.5m long, 1.2m to 1.8m wide, and 1.4m to 2.2m high. It has a maximum payload of 750kg.
Powered by a 50kWh battery, the vehicle has a top speed of 100km/h. Further information such as range has not yet been disclosed.
“The concept showcases just one design application of our ground-breaking technology, one that answers the strategically crucial question of how to carry out autonomous zero-emissions last-mile deliveries, which has huge growth potential,” said REE co-founder Daniel Barel.
“Autonomous and electric vehicles powered by REE offer unsurpassed operational efficiency and the lowest total cost of ownership combined with full flexibility when it comes to integrating ‘top hats’ in virtually any size, shape or form.”
“We’re here to make the shift to a carbon-neutral future a realist faster and at scale.”
Leopard will be showcased at REE booth in CES 2022, Jan. 5-8 in Las Vegas.
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Automotive Daily | REE reveals autonomous delivery van concept
19 November 2021