E-Mobility Engineering captures Steel E-Motive styling reveal at Stuttgart EV Tech

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E-Mobility Engineering met with WorldAutoSteel Tech Director George Coates, and Ricardo Chief Engineer Neil McGregor at EV Tech in Stuttgart to talk about the Steel E-Motive styling reveal featured at the Ricardo stand and its relevance to the future mobility market.  In an article by Peter Donaldson, George and Neil talk about the concepts, the challenges of designing for mobility as a service and how steel bring some very specific advantages to the design table.

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