I saw this photo and my first thought was - wow. How cool does that look? What a good-looking upgrade for Postman Pat.
The automotive industry is one of the most exciting industries to be in right now, and with it due to change more in the next 5 years than it has in the last 50, I can’t wait to see what changes will be made.
We all know that the electric vehicles are coming and the deadline is way in the future however the more forward-thinking companies are already starting to make solid changes to comply. With the likes of LeasePlan UK promising to have a 0-emission fleet by 2030 and the Royal Mail purchasing 100 all electric vehicles, I am excited to see what other businesses will bring to the electric table!
Putting the automotive category aside for a moment, electric innovation really is everywhere. There are now electric surfboards, all electric ferries and at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed, Roborace attempted the first ever fully autonomous run on the famous hill climb. Now that's exciting.
Anyway in fear of rambling on, I saw this article and had to share it. What do you think about the look of the new delivery vans?
Yasss OR NOPE?
As you can probably imagine, Royal Mail isn't the most environmentally friendly of businesses due to the sheer number of vehicles it has on the road. The logistical behemoth is getting greener by the day, however, today beginning a new trial of cute, fully electric vans from Oxfordshire-based automaker Arrival. Nine commercial trucks of varying sizes with ranges of up to 100 miles will start operating out of Royal Mail's central London depot from today, carrying parcels and post to other parts of the city and surrounding areas.