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"[Luvly] delivers the same service with a fraction of the resources. That’s good – that’s what we need to do."
CNN • October 9, 2023
"Luvly has patented a platform that simplifies the construction of 3D composite sandwich structures, enabling a more affordable means of production without compromising on the LUVs overall lightness and strength."
Maddyness • January 26, 2023
"Worldwide certainly, the trend is up. McKinsey believes the global market for small electric vehicles such as the Luvly could be worth as much as $100bn a year by 2030."
Forbes • May 30, 2023
"This low energy consumption means the Luvly needs a smaller battery to get around, and the standard battery is just 6.4kWh."
Electrek • April 15, 2023
"It’s fitted with a smaller battery, uses less material (the exterior is recyclable thermo-plastic), and costs less to run."
Fast Company • February 2, 2023
"To meet an acceptable level of safety without piling on weight, the Luvly O borrows from the design of formula racing cars with energy-absorbers positioned around the chassis and passengers enveloped in a 'sandwich-composite safety cell'."
Dezeen • May 9, 2023
"It won’t need a petrol station or an electric hub, with the removable batteries being able to be charged either at home or at work."
The Sun • June 3, 2023
"On board the microcar expansion trend, Swedish mobility brand Luvly wants to reshape the role of the car in cities with an alternative that is cheaper, sustainable and efficient."
ZAG Daily • February 20, 2023
"What makes the Luvly O different from other little EVs? The idea is to flat-pack each car's parts and then assemble them at 'microfactories' close to customers, cutting down on shipping emissions and costs."
Business Insider • May, 2023
"First, Ikea gave the world flatpack furniture. Now their compatriots are offering the world’s first flatpack electric cars."
The Telegraph • June, 2023
"While IKEA gave the world flat-pack furniture, a fellow Swedish company, technology firm Luvly, has just produced the Luvly O - a new electric car for the city."
LADbible • June 4, 2023
“Swedish technology company Luvly launches a flatpack electric car. A strong, lightweight safety cell using sandwich composites and added Energy Absorption Zones to the outside.”
DailyMail • August 2, 2023
"They weigh significantly less than a car (a fifth of the weight of a Tesla) and virtually all Luvly vehicle parts are recyclable and can be made from renewable materials."
Wallpaper* • February 11, 2023
"Shipping the vehicles in individual panels allows for potentially massive savings in terms of transport costs."
Autocar • May 11, 2023
“Most electric cars on the market have a larger-than-life footprint. But the Luvly O combines two notable Swedish trends for its concept EV: Minimalism and Ikea.”
Jalopnik • May 8, 2023