This was news to me and sounds interesting
OSVehicles also provides on-demand design and engineering services, bringing together entrepreneurs, developers, designers and engineers - making it easier to build, share distribute and modify the hardware designs of electric vehicles. Also, by working together with ARM, Renault will open up the Twizy software and hardware architecture to allow new features. The ARM architecture will be able to address multiple technology needs such as autonomous driving, advanced cockpits and connected car system.
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