The French company has chosen a three-wheeled electric vehicle, which has been called Scoobic Light, to make their deliveries. According to Carrefour, the tricycle, which has an autonomy of 8 hours, has solar panels for recharging. Scoobic Light, which can carry a volume of 1,400 litres of cargo, is approved as a scooter, so you can park in the parking lots of motorcycles.
Carrefour opts for electric tricycles to make their deliveries
The vehicle that Carrefour has chosen to make its deliveries has acoustic warning, wheel covers and bumper protector of people, includes SOS alarm signal, Advanced Driver Assistance System and “it is a safer transport,” they explain from the company-, since, by its design, the load does not lean in the curves “.
Carrefour is defined as “an omnichannel, multiformat and multi-brand company, which manages 206 hypermarkets in Spain, 114 Carrefour Market supermarkets, 750 Carrefour Express supermarkets and 22 Supeco supermarkets, in addition to online commerce”. The company explains that the introduction of Scoobic Light “is part of the chain’s commitment to reducing the environmental impact and promoting and defending sustainable development in all its activities”.
Carrefour also employs megacars and trucks powered by gas (gas is a fossil fuel that triggers climate change).