Arrival held a tour of its new electric van in Los Angeles on Tuesday, showcasing its design and technology.
Katie Blixt, head of PR at Arrival, and Stephen Skolnik, product manager, walked through the van’s hardware and software.
Arrival said the van is an efficient and sustainable solution for last mile delivery. It also has versality with customizable lengths, heights, and battery capacities for clients.
ADAS features, such as digital e-mirrors, Advanced Emergency Braking, Blind Spot Monitoring, Traffic Sign Recognition, and Lane Keep Assist are available for all Arrival Vans.
The Arrival Van has several build options, including a walk-in Van, Cargo Van, Passenger Van, and Chassis Cab.
The van is currently testing in the U.S. Full production of the van is expected in Q3 2022.
The van is part of three new vehicles from the company. Arrival is also producing a bus and car in its microfactory. The vehicles are aligned with Arrival’s focus on electric solutions.
The Arrival Car will be electric to reduce emissions and improve air quality in cities. Production for The Arrival Car is expected to begin in Q3 2023. Meanwhile, the Arrival Bus will give riders access to request a stop or receive real-time updates through their smartphone. It will also feature wrap-around LED screens display route and seating information.
All Arrival vehicles have a modular design.
Originally posted on Fleet Forward
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