Steel E-Motive is creating virtual concepts for fully autonomous mobility as a service vehicle solutions
Steel E-Motive is a vehicle engineering program which is developing virtual concepts for two fully autonomous and connected electric vehicles designed for mobility as a service (MaaS) applications. We are using Advanced High-Strength Steel (AHSS) technologies and products to design autonomous vehicle concepts to enable MaaS solutions which are safe, affordable, accessible and environmentally conscious.
The Steel E-Motive Vehicle is designed with mobility as a service in mind
See the latest design update for the Steel E-Motive vehicle.
We are using Advanced High-Strength Steel (AHSS) technologies and products to design autonomous vehicle concepts to enable Mobility as a Service solutions which are safe, affordable, accessible and environmentally conscious.
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