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EAV last mile delivery vehicle with natural fibre bodywork

The Electric Assisted delivery Vehicle is a smart and sustainable last mile delivery solution for urban areas.

EAV last mile delivery vehicle with natural fibre bodywork

Clean, quiet and designed with flax fiber bodywork in ampliTex and powerRibs from Bcomp to reduce weight, material usage, vibration damping and C02 footprint. Furthermore, at product end-of-life, the materials can be used for thermal energy recovery rather than ending up in landfills.

The EAV has already been taken up by delivery firm DPD in an effort to reduce urban pollution

Key benefits

EAV last mile delivery vehicle with natural fibre bodywork

  • 120kg light 250 kw
  • Uses of bio resin from cashew nut shells
  • Pedals much like a standard two-wheeler
  • Slim enough to fit on a cycle path
  • Can carry up to 150kg cargo in the rear compartment
  • PowerRibs gives a non-catastrophic, safer crash behavior and improves vibration damping

Companies: Bcomp

Industries: Automotive and Road Transportation

Terms: Applications, Innovations, News Worldwide

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This article has been written on JEC Composites Magazine
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