As the ZF CEO added, the joint venture with the Aachen start-up e.Go and its founder Günther Schuh will provide a good opportunity to "quickly integrate these new systems in a vehicle in an agile environment with a very young team." Scheider expects that ZF will then be able to bring its systems to readiness for start of production more quickly thanks to everyday use. ZF is contributing the sensors (radar, cameras, LIDAR), the ZF ProAI computing model, the braking and damping systems and the mStars electrical axle drive system to the people mover. This will endow the people mover not only with purely electric-powered driving, but also with autonomous driving. As Torsten Sauren from e.Go stated in a technology workshop conducted by ZF in Friedrichshafen, the vehicle will have room for up to 15 people. "Different interior concepts are conceivable to this end," Sauren remarked. Accordingly, the people mover will have seats and/or standing room.