Since its inception in 2016, einride has been working on interesting and attractive prototypes. In 2017, the company launched the driverless t-pod, which now has four vehicles on the road to transport goods for Swedish food producer oatly. In 2018, the company launched T-Log again, which is more powerful than its predecessor and can transport tons of giant trees. Now the company hopes to promote the mass production of AET. < / P > < p > einride is currently testing vehicles and seeking regulatory approval. In terms of appearance design, AET looks the same as pod (the previous t-pod) prototype. It adopts a smooth, white and non cockpit design, with smooth lines and a feeling of future. Robert Falk, chief executive of einride, said AET is more aerodynamic than previous iterations, which will help when the company begins to scale up production. The main difference between the four AET versions is the range and the conditions under which the car can drive automatically. AET 1 is designed to operate within a geo fence or defined geographical area, while AET 2 allows remote operation outside the geo fence. AET 3 is designed for rural environments, while AET 4 is designed for highway driving. < / P > < p > einride’s claim that its new car will “reduce transportation costs by up to 60% and reduce CO2 emissions by 90%”, is a bold but untenable statement, as the company has not yet been fully operational. Didi Qingju bicycle has entered 150 cities