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Eco-friendly Robo Taxi has no driver and will run on electricity


The Robo Taxi is just what it sounds like. A robotic taxi meant to be used in larger cities. The Robo Taxi has no driver, minimal space for luggage and only holds two passengers. It’s powered by two electric motors that are connected on the vehicles back wheels. The taxi will be built with lightweight materials and run for 20 hours before a recharge is needed. The designer Kubik Petr believes the Robo Taxi will be able to reach speeds up to 90kmh.

If you want to use the Robo Taxi you will need to call to an operator who will then send a taxi to your location. Passengers will be able to enter their destination on a touch screen interface.



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To be honest, a nice idea but with the amount of crazy drivers around this would probably be best for traffic-free areas only. I can't see it going to people's houses just yet.

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