Investors and analysts to experience REE P7 electric chassis on EAVX and Morgan Olson walk-in step van design
- Hybrid event will feature business update and Q&A session with REE leadership
- On-site participation allows analysts and investors to experience first-hand REE’s fully-flat P7 chassis upfitted with a walk-in step van body by EAVX and Morgan Olson
- Event follows initial customer testing and evaluations, as REE is building its order book toward start of production in 2023
- Invite-only event will take place at the American Center for Mobility in Ypsilanti, Mich., on July 28
- Virtual webcast link will be hosted at https://investors.ree.auto/news-events/events
ANN ARBOR, Mich., June 29, 2022 – REE Automotive Ltd. (NASDAQ: REE), an automotive technology company and provider of electric vehicle (EV) chassis, today announced it will host an investor and analyst event July 28 at 11 a.m. ET at the American Center for Mobility in Ypsilanti, Mich.
Just one year after announcing a partnership with EAVX, a subsidiary of JB Poindexter & Co (JBPCO), a leader in the North American delivery work truck body market, REE and EAVX are expected to launch a new fully electric walk-in step van prototype and conduct customer evaluations in the U.S. in July. The class 5 vehicle will debut the new body designed by EAVX and JBPCO’s subsidiary Morgan Olson and is powered by REE’s P7 modular electric chassis, making it the first fully drive-by-wire walk-in step van on the market.
The walk-in step van body is a new, ground-up development and will be showcased for the first time on REE’s P7 chassis, which has all-wheel steering and drive and is intended to power vehicles class 3-5. The vehicle is designed to provide unique user benefits, operational efficiencies, and flexibility for fleets.
The event will include a live demonstration of the vehicle, static displays of REE’s P7 chassis and REEcorner technology, and a business update and Q&A session with REE’s management team including:
- Daniel Barel, Co-Founder & CEO,
- David Goldberg, CFO,
- Joshua Tech, COO, and
- Peter Dow, VP of Engineering.
The event comes during a several-week period of prospective customer evaluations across delivery, logistics, and retail segments across two locations in the metro Detroit area.
A live audio webcast of the event will be broadcast via REE’s Investor Relations website at https://investors.ree.auto/news-events/events. The webcast link will be available two weeks prior to the event.
To request an invitation to the on-site event, please email email@example.com.
For fleets and customers interested in learning more about the REE P7 platform, visit https://ree.auto/segments/p7-platform/.
VP Investor Relations | REE Automotive
VP Investor Relations | REE Automotive
Head of Global Communications | REE Automotive
ABOUT REE AUTOMOTIVE
REE (NASDAQ: REE) is an automotive technology leader whose mission is to empower companies to build any size or shape of electric or autonomous vehicle – from Class 1 through Class 6 – for any application and any target market. REE aims to serve as the underpinning on top of which electric vehicles (“EVs”) and autonomous vehicles (“AVs”) will be built and envisions a future where EVs and AVs will be “Powered by REE” ™.
REE’s revolutionary technology – the REEcorner™ – packs critical vehicle components (steering, braking, suspension, powertrain and control) into a single compact module positioned between the chassis and the wheel, enabling REE to build fully-flat EV platforms with more room for passengers, cargo and batteries. REE plans to use its proprietary X-By-Wire control technology to control each REEcorner™ of the vehicles with full drive-by-wire, brake-by-wire and steer-by-wire capabilities.
REE’s EV platforms are designed to provide customers with complete freedom of design, enabling auto-manufacturers, OEMs, delivery & logistic fleets, Mobility-as-a-Service providers and new mobility players to design mission-specific EVs and AVs based on their exact business requirements and significantly reduce their time-to-market, lower total cost of ownership and comply with zero-carbon regulations.
Headquartered in Glil Yam, Israel, REE has an Engineering Center in the UK, as well as subsidiaries in Japan and Germany, and plans to open its U.S. headquarters and first Integration Center in Austin, Texas. REE’s unique CapEx-light manufacturing model leverages Tier-1 partners’ existing production lines; the company’s extensive partner ecosystem encompasses leading names including Hino Motors (truck arm of Toyota), Magna International, JB Poindexter, Navya and American Axle & Manufacturing to provide a full turnkey solution.
REE’s patented technology, together with its unique value proposition, position it to break new ground in e-Mobility. For more information visit https://www.ree.auto.
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