The all-electric, accessible vehicle is fully autonomous by being equipped with Mobileye technology.
The HOLON mover is an autonomous shuttle bus for use in a variety of urban transportation applications, including ride pooling, ride-hailing, and scheduled service.
The vehicle can fit up to 15 passengers on board, according to Mobileye's news release. It also features electric double-wing doors, photo-electric sensors, an accessibility ramp, automatic securing of wheelchairs, information presented in braille, and an audiovisual guide.
The HOLON mover can travel autonomously around town at up 37 mph, with an all-electric range estimated at 180 miles between charges.
“The market needs vehicles that seamlessly work in any traffic environment – and that is exactly what HOLON and Mobileye plan to deliver,” said Johann Jungwirth, Mobileye’s SVP of autonomous vehicles. “I am confident that the HOLON mover will be a huge success. There are communities around the world that are searching for a mobility solution just like it.”
According to Mobileye, HOLON aims to begin producing the mover in the U.S. toward the end of 2025 and plans to expand production to sites in Europe and Asia in the following years.