There's certainly no shortage of competitive electromobility solutions. There are highly exclusive pioneers such as Tesla - but their vehicles come with a hefty price tag. Then there are the established automotive companies that - with a few exceptions - win over customers by retrofitting and upgrading tried-and-tested technology rather than pursuing real innovation. And even these electrical mobility solutions cost a great deal more than their conventional engine-powered counterparts. But this is where e.Go Mobile AG breaks the mold. Prof. Günther Schuh, who founded the company in 2015 as a spin-off from RWTH Aachen University, has already proven with his StreetScooter how avoiding well-trodden and, above all, costly paths can drive forward electromobility.
e.GO is appearing at CEBIT 2018 to showcase the entire range of projects its now 200-strong workforce is conducting in agile teams, including the compact e.GO Life city car and the e.GO Mover electric minibus for driving short-distances. Particularly the former is demonstrating the connected services that can be achieved even in a low-cost electric vehicle. Both were designed with minimum cost and maximum convenience for the customer in mind – an unheard-of combination on the electromobility market. e.GO Digital GmbH - the digitization branch of e.GO Mobile AG - is also on hand to demonstrate its specially developed cloud-based on-demand solutions for inner-city travel of the future.
e.GO Mobile AG (52074 Aachen, Germany), Hall 25, Stand A27