Bespoke skateboard chassis-based EVs could cut costs

REE Automotive's CEO says that commercial vehicle players are no longer happy buying off the shelf. For their EVs, they must go bespoke. By Jack Hunsley

Gasoline and diesel vehicles are complex beasts under the hood, usually requiring a convoluted and intricate series of pipes, tanks, bolts, wires and components to function as intended. Though in recent years automakers have begun to simplify this maze, the move to electric vehicles (EVs) presents an unrivalled opportunity to further simplify this internal mechanical structure.

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