A ride-sharing vehicle designed to fix the “Uber Pool problem” The conceptual design from Seymourpowell looks to combine automotive trends as well as fix ride-hailing app’s business metrics.
Four passengers using one vehicle at the same time could help “improve their business metrics” and fix the inefficient “Uber Pool problem” as they would be paying for the service concurrently, he adds.
Quarter Car looks more like a bus, but with these types of vehicles, you can “define efficiency” according to different metrics.
This technology, along with artificial intelligence brings a “contextual awareness” to the vehicle and its surroundings, which could create “experiences” for passengers, Culkin says.
The idea is for the vehicle to “supplement” public transport, not replace it, Culkin says.

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