An autonomous car refers to a vehicle that can navigate and sense elements of the environment without any input from a human. Many automobile manufacturers like Tesla are developing automated cars for the public. However, the automated vehicles that can be driven on public roads right now are not entirely autonomous. Undoubtedly, there is a lot of buzz surrounding the future of car technology, as many are both excited and fearful about the implications surrounding self driving cars. Right now, many people are talking about OSVehicle’s EDIT, the first modular, electric, self driving future car in the world.
A Modular, Customizable, and Self-Driving Car
The creators of EDIT were inspired to develop a customizable, self-driving car with future car technology by realizing the concept of the personal vehicle is slowly becoming irrelevant. After all, food delivery and ride and car sharing are slowly eliminating the need for many people to own a personal vehicle at all. OSVehicle, the creator of EDIT, believes that vehicles should be based on a service brand rather than a car brand.
By this logic, OSVehicle developed and created EDIT, which is a modern EV that is customizable, modular, and upgradeable. Different car brands can customize the vehicle according to their own needs and specifications.
For example, if a food delivery service wants to buy an EDIT vehicle, they can have the vehicle equipped with an oven or fridge to ensure maximum freshness when it comes to the food. On the other hand, if an autonomous taxi company for individuals who have mobile impairments wants to buy EDIT vehicles, they can have the fleet of vehicles equipped with features to accommodate those with mobile impairments efficiently and affordably.
Undoubtedly, the customizability and modularity extends the life of the EDIT self driving car and makes it fairly future-proof. The EDIT vehicle and other future car designs made by OSVehicle might prove themselves to be a strong investment for just about any company.