Renault has revealed its latest solution to last-mile urban deliveries, a compact electric van called EZ-Flex.
It was created and designed for sustainable mobility and delivery efficiency in urban areas.
The EZ-Flex will be lent to various professionals in Europe, as part of a trial to collect data about usage to better understand the needs associated with daily delivery in urban areas.
It provides a three cubic metre load space and the vehicle has an overall length of 3.86m, width of 1.65m and height of 1.88m.
A 4.5m turning circle is said to provide enhanced maneuverability in the streets of city centers.
Renault says the vehicle is designed to meet the needs of a delivery driver. It offers a wide access to the cockpit, a clear central dashboard for quick and easy access to driving information, excellent visibility and simple and efficient controls.
The interface offers services and applications linked to the vehicle and can integrate further applications linked to various professionals’ activities.
Rear loading is optimized via an ergonomic loading height (760mm above ground) and opening enabling easy access to the entire load-bay.
The vehicle was also designed to enable a wide variety of configurations for the cargo-bay. These rear space configurations are adaptable, designed to meet the different needs of the assorted professionals to whom the vehicle will be lent.
EZ-Flex offers a range of 62 miles, adapted to the needs of urban delivery.