Vehicle for stand-alone and shared mobility.
The Leonardo project aims to develop an electric microvehicle, suitable to ensure urban-readiness, appropriate range, compatibility with public transport (easy access to buses, trams and trains). This vehicle will be owned by users or used in a public shared mobility scheme.
The success of micro mobility
Micromobility is faster than traveling by car in many situations, avoiding traffic jams, moving is easy and liberating. And the diffusion of shared micromobility occurs in favorable environments.
Leonardo project aims to develop an affordable, safe, easy to manage and cheap to maintain electric micro-vehicle, which does not require parking and is not left on the road or on the sidewalk and that overcomes the limitations of currently available micro-vehicles.
A vehicle with several advantages over existing microvehicles
Green and sustainable mobility
The spread of micro mobility
Safety and technical-legal requirements for the vehicle.
The idea was to make a vehicle that grouped all the positive characteristics to make it not a vehicle for occasional use.
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