The autonomous electric vehicle that Priestman Goode has designed for Dromos Technologies is a high-capacity transport concept for the urban environment.
The agency PriestmanGoode was selected by Dromos Technologies to develop this project after an international competition. The judges were impressed with how PriestmanGoode had envisioned a modular electric vehicle focused on the user experience. A vehicle that allowed maximum flexibility of use.
In collaboration, PriestmanGoode and Dromos Technologies have collaborated to create a future public transit system.
Combining public transport and social distancing
Nowadays, this type of mass transit has become even more relevant. This concept of modular electric vehicle responds to the problem of the first and last mile, but at the same time it is also suitable for a post-pandemic world.
Imagine a public transport just for you and your relatives. This vehicle allows you to maintain a high volume of passengers while allowing for social distance, as passengers can share the vehicle with their travel group.
Dromos Technologies can create a high capacity network of autonomous modular electric vehicles designed to operate on demand and equipped with their own dedicated infrastructure.
The closed loop system offers a number of benefits for passengers, both environmental and economic. A modular electric vehicle available 24/24, parking every 7 meters, ultra quiet, low space consumption, lower construction and operating costs and shorter construction times.
A truly modular electric vehicle
The autonomous modular electric vehicle made by PriestmanGoode for Dromos Technologies is designed around the user, and every detail has a specific purpose.
The platform is perfect for both passengers and freight, the design team had thought about what types of passengers would use this vehicle, what they would carry and what they would do.
Last but not least, an “accessible minimalist” design also combines aesthetics and functionality.