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REE Automotive unveils next-gen P7-S stripped chassis at ACT Expo 2024

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  • REE Automotive, an Israeli company developing customizable four-wheel autonomous-ready electric chassis platforms, has unveiled its next-generation Class 5 stripped chassis, dubbed “P7-S,” at the Advanced Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo 2024. The company plans to commence deliveries of the unit by June 2024.

  • The P7-S chassis uses proprietary REEcorner technology and is part of its P7 program. Its key features include low step-in height, modular configuration, high payload, and innovative all-wheel steer. The chassis also permits design freedom, allowing fleets and bodybuilders to create customized EVs, such as step vans, box trucks, and vocational-specific EVs.

  • The company claims the chassis provides further advantages to fleet owners and OEMs, such as improved delivery efficiencies, enhanced fleet management, and the opportunity to upgrade their platform to a fully software-driven, by-wire technology. The company also highlights potential cost savings, reduced time to market, and a tailor-made product instead of an off-the-shelf truck.

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