The British Design Council recently interviewed our Vehicle Development Director Sally Povolotsky and wrote about our perspective on the importance of business clusters and how industries must stop working in silos to bring customer-centric products to market.
The Uniti One was designed with the driver at its core, instead of just designing around the same mechanical properties of the combustion engine era. Uniti’s Vehicle Development Director explains “By using Swedish design values and optimised manufacturing processes, Uniti’s carbon footprint will be dramatically reduced compared to current alternatives. In the format of a lightweight electric car, the Uniti One boasts an intuitive user experience on a platform that is highly scalable, emitting a lot less carbon over its lifecycle by ensuring sustainable principles are followed.”
Find the full interview with Sally here at DesignCouncil.org.uk.