Students from Tecnológico de Monterrey won the Steel E-Motive Styling Competition with their futuristic design for an autonomous vehicle.
Free Automotive World webinar on Steel E-Motive’s progress to develop highly efficient steel structures for mobility as a service vehicles.
E-mobility Engineering met with WorldAutoSteel and Ricardo engineers to talk about the Steel E-Motive concepts for mobility as a service vehicles.
To advance sustainable transportation by factoring whole lifecycle into a vehicle’s development, WorldAutoSteel and Ricardo have designed a fully autonomous Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) steel-enabled vehicle inspired by contemporary urban architecture trends and focused on passenger safety and comfort.
Phil Crowther, Business Strategy & Development Director at Ricardo, will be presenting "Connecting e-vehicles to the city" at The Road to COP26 on 30th September at 1000CEST. He will be presenting Steel E-Motive's product vision to meet urban mobility user needs...
The Steel E-motive team speak to The Engineer about the role that steel has to play in autonomous mobility services and vehicle concepts.
George Coates – Steel E-motive Technical Director, talks to MetalForming magazine about how steel is shaping the future of battery electric vehicle technology and enabling advances in autonomous and connected vehicles for mobility as a service applications.
WorldAutoSteel, the automotive group of the World Steel Association, announced on 12 November 2020 a new vehicle engineering program, Steel E-Motive. The new program will demonstrate the benefits of steel for global Mobility as a Service (MaaS), characterized by fully connected and autonomous electric vehicles.
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