Self-drive delivery van easy to be built in four hours
Charge is a self-drive electric delivery van showcased at the Wired 2016 conference in London on 3-4 November that could be on UK roads once self-drive legislation is in place, according to Dispatch Weekly.
Charge Vehicles Can be Assembled in 4 Hours by 1 Person. The firm claims that 1 person can assemble the autonomous vehicle in 4 hours.
Once the legislation runs in the company’s favor they will be “autonomous-ready”.
Denis Sverdlov, chief executive of Charge, the automotive technology firm behind the truck said:
“We are removing all the barriers to entry for electric vehicles by pricing them in line with conventional trucks, giving every fleet manager, tradesperson or company, no matter how big or small, the opportunity to change the way they transport goods and make our towns and cities better places to live in.”
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