Together with SEAT, Rücker-Lypsa & CARNET (Future Mobility Research Hub) a project regarding a 2030 mobility context was developed. Referred to as SEAT Augusta, the 2030 shared vehicle is capable of educate, entertain and take care of the children while transmitting total trust and security to the parents. One of the most interesting values of the project has been the design process, together with the different methodologies used. The autonomy 4 vehicle is driven from the back giving priority and relevance to the children that are at the front, ensuring their safety and comfort at all times. The project was awarded the Most Innovative Interior Design by Rücker-Lypsa.
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SEAT, Rücker-lypsa, CARNET