The Corona crisis has heavily impacted public transportation as we knew it until now. Many people avoid buses and trams for fear of an infection. But how can individual transportation be reconciled with the mandate to create carless and environmentally friendly inner cities?

Autonomously driving electric cabin scooters could provide an answer to this question. Today, we already possess the necessary technology for their implementation.

The platform consists of a replaceable battery pack, fueled through solar cells or an inductive charging station located at designated “hotspots”.

The interior in divided into a seating area with room for two passengers at the rear and at the front, it offers sufficient space to accommodate two more travelers, luggage, or transportation goods. Even a wheelchair user will find sufficient barrier free space.

The destination is entered through an app. The cabin closes and off we go! Upon arrival, the scooter simply heads for the nearest free “hotspot”.

It goes without saying that the scooter is capable of autonomously recognizing and avoiding any type of obstacle. If the way is clear, it will cruise at the maximum permissible speed of 30 km/h.

We cannot wait to find out which city will opt for our concept, and in doing so, lead the way into the future of urban mobility!