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REE Automotive unveils new autonomous concept vehicle

Posted on 23 Nov 2021 and read 997 times
REE Automotive unveils new autonomous concept vehicleIsrael-based REE Automotive Ltd, a leader in e-mobility, has unveiled its last-mile autonomous concept vehicle ‘Leopard’ based on a brand new ultra-modular electric vehicle platform design. The full-scale concept is geared for customers including last-mile autonomous and electric delivery companies, delivery fleet operators and e-retailers, as well as technology companies seeking to build fully autonomous solutions.

Self-driving delivery fleets ‘powered by REE’ will allow customers to build autonomous and EV fleets according to their exact specifications with unmatched interior space for transporting passengers and cargo. REE’s technology can be seamlessly integrated with any top hat and autonomous hardware.

Leopard’s design and specifications are the result of collaborative work with leading global delivery and technology companies focused on autonomous delivery and Mobility as a Service (MaaS) fleets.

The concept vehicle is 3.4m in length with front-wheel-steer, rear-wheel-drive and has a two-tonne gross vehicle weight rating and the following additional specifications: X-by-wire REEcorner technology for drive, steer and brake control; narrow design of 1.4m and small footprint of 2.5m2 for enhanced maneuverability; easy cargo accessibility; 50kWh battery capacity; top speed of 60mph; and cargo volume of 180ft3.

Leopard is designed to carry significantly more cargo due to REE’s low, flat floor. This means improved environmental impact of fewer trips in fewer vehicles, backed by a strong cost of ownership (TCO) structure. Each vehicle in the fleet will be less expensive to run and maintain due to reduced energy cost and improved serviceability, leading to lower maintenance costs.

Daniel Barel, REE co-founder and CEO, said: “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.

“Autonomous and EVs ‘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 are here to make the shift to a carbon neutral future a reality faster and at scale.”