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Road ahead is emission-free

Stockholm software startup Einride is striving to have its self-driving electric vehicles operational by September.

The company’s T-pod ‘electric, self-driving vehicle’ can be ‘remotely controlled by drivers’, with supermarket chain Lidl already planning to use the emission-free cargo trucks.

“Einride, wants to challenge self-propelled electric transport and aims to be operational by September. People say it’s impossible. We show it’s not,” said Robert Falck, Einride CEO.

Check out the T-pod being showcased last week to investors at the AstaZero site in Borås, Sweden – a testing ground for ‘future road safety’.

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