Modular Mini Battery Electric Vehicle Empowers Customization

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【Summary】Daihatsu Motor presents me:MO, a modular mini electric vehicle at the Japan Mobility Show 2023. The car allows drivers to customize the interior and exterior according to their preferences. It also has the capability to be fitted with 3D-printed car parts, enabling further personalization. The mini electric vehicle aims to redefine the relationship between cars and people, offering flexibility and sustainability.

FutureCar Staff    Nov 03, 2023 6:18 AM PT
Modular Mini Battery Electric Vehicle Empowers Customization

Daihatsu Motor recently showcased four concept cars, including the me:MO, a mini passenger Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV), at the Japan Mobility Show 2023. The unique feature of the me:MO is its modular interior and exterior, which can be customized according to the driver's preferences. In an interesting twist, the vehicle can also be fitted with 3D-printed car parts, allowing drivers to create their own unique designs. This level of customization sets Daihatsu's mini electric vehicle apart from others in the market.

The Japan Mobility Show 2023 has adopted the theme of 'redefining the relationship between cars and people', and Daihatsu Motor has embraced this concept with their concept cars, including the me:MO. The company envisions the mini passenger BEV as a vehicle that evolves with its owner. If the driver decides to change the design of their electric car to better suit their personal needs, they have the freedom to do so, allowing for customization on the go. The video showcases the spacious interior, which can be remodeled to accommodate a single seat or additional seats for a family-oriented vehicle.

Daihatsu Motor has revolutionized the manufacturing process by creating a modular structure for the interior and exterior parts of their vehicles. This not only allows for easy customization but also ensures that the vehicles can be used for an extended period. The company states, "Its style and sense of enjoyment can be adapted to different stages of life." This sustainable approach to car design sets Daihatsu apart from its competitors.

The me:MO is currently on display at the Japan Mobility Show 2023, which is taking place from October 26th to November 5th at Tokyo Big Sight in Tokyo. Alongside the me:MO, three other concept cars are being showcased: the mini commercial truck 'UNIFORM Truck', the open-air mini BEV and cruiser 'OSANPO,' and the open coupe 'VISION COPEN.'

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