First finished electric vehicles (EVs) prototype of the Arrival Car
The Arrival Car has been designed specifically for the ride hailing industry to give the best possible experience for both drivers and passengers and bring clean air to urban environments where most ride-hailing mileage occurs. To achieve this, Arrival has created a vehicle that has exceptional visibility and comfort – with leg room twice as large as that of an average car of the same length.
The Arrival Car prioritises cost, uptime, driver comfort, safety, and convenience, given an average ride-hail vehicle will on average drive 45-50,000km a year, versus 12,000km, for a typical vehicle. It also ensures that passengers enjoy a premium experience too.
Arrival has been able to develop the Car alongside ride-hailing drivers from Uber in just over six months. This timeframe and partnership to create a purpose built vehicle is made possible because of Arrival’s vertical integration utilising technologies that are shared across Arrival’s entire portfolio of vehicles that also includes the Van and the Bus. Arrival vehicles are designed from the ground-up and vertically integrated using a radical new method of design and production using microfactories – a totally transformative approach to automotive production.
Arrival will now commence testing of the Car and will incorporate the feedback into the next design phase, continuing to evolve the product to create the most efficient, safe and desirable vehicle tailored specifically to this market.
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