German engineering and design firm, EDAG, has revealed the first images and details of the EDAG Light Car Sharing Concept ahead of its unveiling at the Geneva Motor Show next week.
The Light Car Sharing Concept (LCSC for short) has been designed to offer a clean and practical mobility solution for busy cities.
Although the details are sketchy at the moment, the LCSC will feature an axle-mounted electric drive system powered by a lithium-ion battery pack.
It will have a range of around 100km and a top speed of 100km/h, perfect for short city trips.
The LCSC is also equipped with a GPS system that both aids driver navigation and allows share car providers to track the location of their vehicles at any time.
We suspect the funky lights are simply for show, but they would certainly make the LCSC stand out from the city crowd if they made it into a production vehicle.
EDAG has also designed the exterior and interior panels to be easily replaceable, as share cars are subjected to increased wear. The LCSC has sliding doors on both sides as well as a rear door to ease access and increase practicality for its six passengers in tight urban environments.
More details of the EDAG Light Car Sharing Concept will be revealed at Geneva on March 1.
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