The perfect self-driving taxi Muvone presented in the coronavirus pandemicSeptember 19, 2020
COVID-19 has seriously affected the habits of billions of people. And it’s not just about social distancing and basic rules of protection. Many became afraid to use public transport.
This trend gave rise to the development of the concept of “personal mobility”. And the specialists have already joined the race: their goal is to create the most suitable car for such conditions. So, a graduate of the Faculty of Transport Engineering at Staffordshire University Marius Lochner presented a promising concept.
For which he received the New Norm Mobility Award from Ford. The project is known as Muvone. It will help people get around safely and reliably, as well as maintain social distancing. Basically, it is a one-seater unmanned taxi.
Such transport, according to the developer, is ideal for retirees and people with disabilities. The concept drone gets a minimalist interior.
He got flat surfaces and materials that are easy to clean. They were chosen for hassle-free disinfection between trips.
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