As of this true point in its history, Volvo’s Polestar brand is well known to make upscale EVs like the  best;$60,000 Polestar 2. That’s why is its latest project, Re:Move, so unusual. It’s a three-wheeled electric sled that arrived of a remote collaboration between your automaker, industrial designer Konstantin Grcic, electric motorcycle maker Cake, aluminum manufacturer Hydro and Wallpaper Magazine. The group says they attempt to re-envision what last-mile delivery could appear to be in a post-pandemic world. Re:Move may be the consequence of that collaboration.
There aren’t many information on the EV at this time, but Polestar says it’s made to be compact enough to operate a vehicle generally in most bike lanes while carrying approximately 600 pounds of cargo. The frame is manufactured out of fully recycled aluminum also. As a cyclist, I’m uncertain how Personally i think about sharing a bike lane using what is actually an oversized e-bike, but at the very least it’s much better than a parked FedEx or UPS truck forcing cyclists right into a car lane.
What’s more, Polestar seems seriously interested in turning Re:Transfer to a thing that could eventually make its solution to city streets. The business says it’ll unveil an operating version of the Re:Move this fall. For the time being, it’ll host an SXSW session detailing the ongoing work that went in to the design on March 17th.