Autonomous truck maker Einride has announced that it will produce more traditional trucks that human drivers can use.
We first talked about Einride, a Swedish-based autonomous truck enterprise, in March 2018. The initiative using Nvidia technology announced that it received a significant investment of $ 25 million in October 2019.
Nowadays, the autonomous truck manufacturer Einride, which has come up with very interesting news, announced that it will produce more traditional trucks that human drivers can use. We can interpret this step taken by Einride as we are at the beginning of the road on autonomous driving technologies.
As a reminder, autonomous trucks developed by Einride have been tested on Swedish roads for several years. According to the shared information, Einride, cooperating with Germany-based supermarket chain Lidl, will produce electric supply trucks.
Einride, which will focus primarily on electrical technology, will focus on autonomous driving technologies in the future. Let us remind you that the Einride initiative, founded by Filip Lilja, Linnéa Kornehed and Robert Falck, has received a total investment of $ 32 million to date.
Finally, let’s add that the new supply truck model, which will be produced in collaboration with Einride and Lidl, will be fully electric and will incorporate many technologies that are currently used by Einride.