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REE shows a fully self-driving electric vehicle concept.

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REE Automotive has introduced a new autonomous concept vehicle built on their modular electric vehicle platform.

Customers who want last-mile autonomous and electric deliveries, including as delivery fleet operators, e-retailers, and IT firms, will benefit from the Leopard.

Because of its low, flat floor, it can carry substantially more goods, resulting in greater environmental performance due to fewer trips in fewer cars.

Leopard’s design and specs are the product of collaboration with some of the world’s premier delivery and technology businesses.

The concept vehicle has a 50-kilowatt-hour battery with a top speed of 60 miles per hour.

It has a two-tonne gross vehicle weight classification and is 3.4 metres long with front-wheel steer and rear-wheel drive.

The vehicle also has X-by-wire technology for steering, braking, and driving.

Its compact footprint of 226.6 ft2 and thin dimensions of 4.6 ft are also designed to improve maneuverability.

It also includes a cargo volume of 180 ft3 and a cargo space that is conveniently accessible.

“This concept highlights only one design application of our ground-breaking technology, one that answers the strategically vital question of how to carry out autonomous, zero-emissions last mile deliveries, which has significant growth potential,” said Daniel Barel, REE co-founder and CEO.

“When it comes to integrating top hats in virtually any size, shape, or form, autonomous and electric vehicles ‘Powered by REE’ offer unsurpassed operational efficiency and the lowest total cost of ownership, as well as complete flexibility when it comes to integrating top hats in virtually any size, shape, or form.”

“We’re here to accelerate and scale the transition to a carbon-free future.”

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