German mobility providers increasingly relying on LEVC's TX taxi and shuttle during COVID-19 crisis



German mobility providers are increasingly relying on LEVC's electric TX taxi and TX shuttle vehicles for their operations during the Coronavirus outbreak.


The TX model, manufactured in Coventry, has a glass partition between the driver and passenger compartments as standard, which completely separates the two areas. The large doors open into a safe passenger compartment and an intercom system with integrated microphone and loudspeakers ensures good communication between driver and passenger during the journey.

German electric transport service CleverShuttle, available in Berlin, Munich, Leipzig, Dresden and Kiel, is currently only providing transport for solo passengers and follows the recommendations of the Robert Koch Institute by increasingly using the 20 TX shuttles from their fleet.


"The vehicles are in operation almost around the clock," says Bruno Ginnuth, CEO & Co-Founder of CleverShuttle.

Taxi drivers are also seeing an increase in demand for the TX Taxi. In Bavaria, both the entrepreneur Michael Much, Managing Director of the Much Taxiunternehmen GmbH and Ünal Kücüksahin of the Taxi Center Ostbahnhof have included the TX taxi to their fleet.


In Hesse, taxi entrepreneur Jens Marggraf from Melsungen operates the TX taxi as well.

Joerg Hofmann, LEVC of CEO, said: "The TX taxi and TX shuttle are designed to meet the growing demand for environmentally friendly mobility solutions in cities around the world, and I am pleased that these vehicles can help protect the health of drivers and passengers in the TX and ensure safe transportation at such a critical time."


Image credit: LEVC

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