Within the framework of the CES consumer electronics exhibition in Las Vegas, a startup called Indigo Technologies showed the promising Flow electric car in two versions at once: commercial and passenger.
The CTO at Indigo Technoligies is held by Volker Kese, who previously led the development of innovative products for the Audi brand. In addition, ex-Porsche and Lucid designer Eric Obers and General Motors designer Hugh Robinson are also participating in the startup.
Thanks to their efforts, the Indigo Flow electric car got a driver’s seat located in the center of the front part of the cabin. The driver has a 3-spoke steering wheel with touch panels, as well as a digital instrument panel, on each side of which there is another display. The passenger version of the Flow is additionally equipped with two seats behind the driver’s seat; in the cargo van, this space was given to the space for luggage.
The Indigo Flow passenger variant features panoramic roof glazing and side windows. Both versions of the novelty have huge sliding side doors: one on each side.
The vans are planned to be equipped with motor-wheels, each of which produces 30 hp. and 250 Nm, as well as an active electric suspension. It is reported that the use of motorized wheels made it possible to make the interior more spacious, and the flat floor – lower. In addition, the Flow will receive a compact 40-kilowatt battery, which should nevertheless provide a range of 400 km. Exactly when the company Indigo Technologies will begin production of its electric car, it was not announced.