REE Automotive has revealed its autonomous concept vehicle based on a brand new ultra-modular EV platform design.
The full-scale concept, named Leopard, is geared for last-mile autonomous and electric delivery companies, delivery fleet operators, e-retailers and technology companies seeking to build fully autonomous solutions.
It will be unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show 2022, in Las Vegas.
The concept vehicle is 3.4m in length with front-wheel-steer, rear-wheel-drive and has a two-tonne gross vehicle weight rating. It can travel at speeds of up to 60mph and has a cargo volume of 5.0 cubic meters.
“This 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 Daniel Barel, REE co-founder and CEO.
“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 reality faster and at scale,” he added.
The Leopard concept vehicle is based on REE’s modular EV platform, designed to support a wide variety of mission specific vehicles.
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