The EZ-1 prototype is inspired by the Twizy in its lines. It can carry two people offset, in 2.3 m long and a minimized footprint. Wheels are on all four corners to maximize interior space.
It retains the Twizy’s swivel door system, but closed. A space behind the seats should allow a bit of room to carry, but no outside access to this trunk.
It is made with 50% recycled materials and, most importantly, it offers a battery exchange system.
It promises to be a new urban mobility solution designed for shared use. Its commercialization also promises to be innovative: its users will only pay for what they use, based on time or mileage. Connected, the vehicle offers keyless access and interacts with its users via their smartphone.