Istanbul-based company Musoshi is creating three-wheeled electric vehicles designed for short-distance trips and last-mile deliveries.
The company’s Pop-Up Mini Series has a tight turning circle and can be driven with only a scooter licence, making it perfect for Europe’s dense urban centres. Auto Futures spoke to Samantha Dervishian, the company’s Chief Communications Officer, to find out more about the company, its last-mile logistics heroes, and why the need for small, nippy vehicles has boomed following the coronavirus pandemic.
Dervishian tells how Musoshi’s Pop Up Mini Series can be customised, both inside and out, to meet a company’s operational requirements and branding. Similarly, the vehicle’s low speeds makes it safer for pedestrians, drivers, and anyone else on urban roads.
Last-mile logistics were big news at the MOVE 2022 tradeshow in London and we also spoke to Brightdrop’s Rachad Youssef to find out how the GM spin-off is hoping to make deliveries better for drivers and urban dwellers, alike.