Advanced Engineering Announces new features for the 2023 show!

30 & 31 October 2024

NEC, Birmingham

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EV Mode – 

A small-scale production of a modular subframe that could be utilised front or rear. The module incorporates brakes, suspension, steering, crash technology, electric motor and transmission suitable for smaller vehicles in L5e, L7e -CP, L7e-CU, M1 and N1 categories with GVW 600-1200kg.    

UltraMEV – 

To meet the needs of the rapidly evolving urban and extra-urban delivery market, LSCPTech is developing an ultra-efficient modular electric vehicle (UltraMEV). UltraMEV is based on a novel modular ultra-lightweight (classification L7E-C) quad mobile platform to disrupt urban and extra-urban deliveries.

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