'DELIVER-E' is the name of a new electric vehicle prototype developed by the University of Warwick that hints at the future of delivery.
The electric delivery car is modeled after the Renault Twizy and boasts a small-scale design that imagines a cleaner, quieter and more environmentally friendly alternative to the majority of delivery vehicles currently on the roads. As a vehicle that has been created expressly for the purpose of making deliveries, the design boasts features such as an enlarged rear cargo area. Although DELIVER-E is not set to go into production, it serves as a look into some of the innovative technologies that have been created by the University of Warwick's WMG (Warwick Manufacturing Group.)
Compact electric vehicles are being embraced across the transportation industry as everything from passenger buses to mail trucks.
The DELIVER-E Looks to the Future of Delivery in Urban Centers
1. Compact Electric Delivery Vehicles - DELIVER-E prototype showcases the trend toward small-scale delivery vehicles for a cleaner, quieter, and more environmentally friendly alternative.
2. Last-mile Delivery Innovations - Delivery vehicles optimized for urban centers marks a trend toward last-mile delivery innovations in the transportation industry.
3. Electric Delivery Vehicle Prototypes - DELIVER-E is one of many prototypes developed to address the trend toward electric delivery vehicles.
1. Transportation - Incorporating compact electric vehicles into delivery fleet operations enhances sustainability and reduces carbon footprint within the transportation industry.
2. Manufacturing - Manufacturers can capitalize on the trend toward electric vehicle production and address consumer demand for sustainable delivery solutions.
3. Retail - Retailers can implement electric delivery vehicles as part of a larger commitment to sustainability and efficient delivery operations.