EZ-GO is an electric driverless ride-share vehicle by Renault - Curbed

French automobile company Renault just unveiled the EZ-GO, a driverless concept electric vehicle that accommodates up to six passengers in what is essentially a glazed, see-through car accessed by an app or at dedicated stations.

Showcased at the Geneva Motor Show, EZ-GO was conceived as a ride-share or for individual use and is a Level 4 autonomous vehicle with a top speed of 30 miles per hour that can navigate traffic, change lanes, and make turns at intersections. It can also move into a safe position if the system detects any issues.

As for its design, the vehicle features a futuristic cocoon silhouette with large windows on the sides, front, back, and on the roof (reminiscent of an observation car on a train), and an open seating area arranged in a U-shape. An oversized entry port makes up the front of the car and lifts up to reveal a ramp for easy access for wheelchairs and strollers.

Click here to read the full article: https://www.curbed.com/2018/3/6/17086522/renault-ez-go-driverless-autonomous-electric-car

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