Approval granted for two new smart electric vehicles for urban transport solutions

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Brisbane, Australia-based company e-Motion Concepts Pty Ltd (eMC) has announced it has received approval for two smart electric vehicles for urban transportation solutions.

The CT-Kargo and CT-Kube articulated three-wheel delivery vehicles, manufactured by RAP Intelligent Vehicle Co Ltd (RAP-SEV), under license from Green Messenger Electric Vehicle Ltd (London), have been specifically designed for last-mile delivery tasks in urban environments.

The vehicles are powered by high-quality motors and fueled by Lithium batteries, with a range of up to 110km (68 miles) per charge and a top speed of 50km/h (31mph), and have a width of 1m (3.2ft) and 0.8m (2.6ft) respectively, making them ideal for inner-city deliveries.

Both the CT-Kargo and CT-Kube include LED instrument screens, reversing camera and radar, Bluetooth connectivity, and a telematics-box that allows the vehicle to be remotely monitored using a smart app.

“These vehicles have been designed from the ground up as smart electric vehicles (SEVs) for last-mile urban transport solutions,” said Wolfgang Roffmann, founder and CTO of eMC.

eMC’s chief executive officer Harry Proskefalas added, “The CT-Kargo and the CT-Kube are perfectly suited to urban transport solutions. The RAP SEVs are designed to have a low environmental impact and a smaller footprint than traditional petrol vehicles, making transport movement more efficient, and also less impactful on the city environment.

“Our strategy has a strong emphasis on aligning with commercial operators including local and national courier providers, food and goods delivery, universities and local governments in delivering long-term sustainable solutions. The future of logistics and transportation is high efficiency and clean energy with smart technology, and these vehicles provide the solution.”


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