Exposure to IoT innovation: This partnership opens up the hardware and software of Renaultâ€™s Twizy architecture to novel features and updates, partially through the support and inclusion of ARM, a key player in microprocessor Intellectual Property on the open-source vehicle platform that offers design technology powering more than 4/5 of mobile computing devices. Twizzy/POM software components are already circulating - companies like 3D of Local Motors are employing these in particular for their own car models, eg. the Strati. Fostering relationships with developers and other experimenters likely will bring benefits later, such as the possibility of Renault-compatible apps and such.
Economically viable EVs: By presenting the worldâ€™s first open-source mass-market vehicle, Groupe Renault will be able to reap that which it has sown: cost reduction for EV R&D and appealing prices for car company clients. Following OSVehicle's motto, Groupe Renault demonstrates investment in the democratization of mobility by enabling businesses and startups to design, prototype, and build custom electric vehicles and transportation services.
Box ideal mechanic over high performance: The Renault POM is essentially a stripped down and more compact version of the Renault Twizy. A simple base frame but one that still encompasses the set of its axles, electronics, electric engines, and the 6.1 kWh Lithium-Ion battery and. Cheerleading is given in 2 versions, the 45 POM and POM 80. The first offers a power of 4 kW only and a maximum speed of 45 km/h whreas the second, with its 13 kW, may reach 80 km/h and above. The lightweight and clean chassis makes for a go-to option for bespoke car companies.