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DLR U-SHIFT Modular Electric Platform by Kurbos Studio

U-Shift is a conceptual autonomous electric vehicle that allows a new kind of modularity. This driverless vehicle is like an electric platform which can be combined with variety of modules or capsules, allowing new intermodality, new products, and business models. The base, electric module can be connected to different capsules, whether it’s for personal vehicle, […]



DLR U-SHIFT Modular Electric Platform by Kurbos Studio is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design

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