The M.Vision Pop is an electric-based concept car built for urban mobility that has two seats for car-sharing services with Level 4 autonomous technology. However, this vehicle also supports manual drive and the steering wheel can be shifted to allow passengers to take the concept for a spin.
Talking about the interior, the concept is envisioned as a shared vehicle that can be personalized via a smartphone. As the company explains, users create a profile in the M.Vision Pop app and then attach their smartphone to the steering wheel.
It effectively turns the user's phone into a digital instrument cluster. This model also has a widescreen display, which is broken up into three different sections that can be customized using the app.
Certainly an interesting feature, but the concept stands out more for its E-Corner Module. They combine an electric motor with steering, braking and suspension components.
It's a little hard to explain, but the E-Corner Module allows the wheels to turn 90° so the vehicle can easily slide into tight parking spaces. The wheels can also rotate in the opposite direction to allow the draft to rotate 360°.
Meanwhile, the M.Vision 2Go is based on the same platform as the M.Vision Pop, but is envisioned as a delivery vehicle and equipped with a fuel cell power source that allows it to travel up to 200 km.
Given its mission as a delivery vehicle, it measures 23.6 inches longer than the M.Vision Pop and has a rear cargo area with adjustable shelves made of recycled plastic. The concept has a cargo capacity of around 600 liters and has a removable stroller that resembles a door from the outside.
The concept also features a transparent LED module, which acts as a window and can be used to display advertisements. The panels can also display animations to alert pedestrians and drivers that a vehicle is being loaded or unloaded.