It is called MOIA.
German startup MOIA, which belongs to the great automaker Volkswagen Group, unveiled at the TechCrunch Disrupt event in Berlin, the concept electric six-seater minivan that is designed specifically for use in the services of carpooling (joint visits).
On development models in startup took less than a year, and tests of the service he intends to start in Hamburg at the end of 2018.
If the design of the model MOIA seem suspiciously familiar, you’re right – it is not created from scratch concept, and deep processing popular minivan Volkswagen T6 Multivan. Startup used 20 instances of the model for initial testing of the service in Hanover, during which the collected impressions and feedback that eventually brought in its own model of MOIA.
The electric car got a range of 300 km cycle WLTP, while batteries can be recharged to 80% capacity in just 30 minutes. The collection is carried out at the facilities of the division of Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles in osnabrück (Germany).
Four passengers will receive a separate comfortable seats with sufficient legroom, the back also has a double sofa bed for those traveling in pairs. Each seat is equipped with backlight for convenient reading and USB ports for charging gadgets during the trip will be available high-speed Wi-Fi.
For Luggage there is a separate fenced area next to the driver’s seat, door saloon auto that will easily go with bags in hand.
The main development objective of MOIA is to reduce the number of private vehicles in major cities due to the use of inexpensive and comfortable “electric minibuses”. Thus, the authors of the project hope to reduce the number of traffic jams, noise and emissions, which has long been a scourge of the world’s megacities.
© 2017, z-news.link. All rights reserved.