‘If not now, then when? Will there ever be a more opportune time to develop new forms of mobility? Renault is a front-runner and is using three robo-vehicle concepts to explore possibilities for sustainable and shared mobility solutions of the future.
Radical changes are on the horizon, for users as well as car manufacturers. In a world where urbanisation is rapidly developing and between 60 and 70 percent of the population will be living in cities by 2030, it will be a considerable challenge to transport people in an efficient, sustainable and affordable manner. Renault’s vision is that mobility will be electric, shared and autonomous in the future. The trio of concept robo-vehicles consists of the EZ-GO, EZ-PRO and EZ-ULTIMO. The EZ-GO offers an insight into the potential of shared urban mobility. The EZ-PRO reflects Renault’s vision in the area of urban distribution, while the EZ-ULTIMO has been developed as a premium service for shared mobility. The three EZ models will make their national première during DDW and will be showcased at the heart of Dutch Design Week in the Klokgebouw in Eindhoven.