OSVehicle’s platform is the key functional parts of a car - the wheels, chassis, motor, electronics and battery.
OSVehicle is also developing 'EDIT', the first self-driving vehicle designed and engineered for services in white-label, extremely modular and open. Fleets can last ten times longer thanks to easy repairability and upgradeability.
OSVehicle Vision: http://vimeo.com/77204604
Platform Assembly Video: https://vimeo.com/113110682
OSVehicle is providing B2B solutions for mobility that are 100% modular. This means that companies can
repair, replace, and adapt different components for longer product lifetime, lower TCO and recyclability.
It is upgrading the connected car and self-driving modules as technology improves, without throwing away what works.
Vehicles that are modular, customisable and upgradeable prevent obsolescence.
Automotive environmental sustainability is one of the key aspects the project OSVehicle wants to improve, with light logistics, cradle to cradle design, overcoming planned obsolescence, distributed assembly, and partial fabrication. It also aims at socially sustainable production with a multistakeholder approach and an equitable value chain (with much higher profit distribution and the creation of more local jobs).
OSVehicle also enables active participation of local institutions in the co-creation of mobility solutions for specific areas such as the first utility vehicle built on OSVehicle’s technology, unveiled for the first time at COP22 (Climate Change Summit by United Nations) in Marrakesh in November 2016. It is a modular utility pickup (100% electric) - the first EV ever developed in Morocco by the state-owned company which manages all the fleets of the country.