Commercial Transport

Commercial vehicles are motor vehicles that transport goods, standard fuel tanks, or paying passengers. Examples of commercial transport vehicles include a semi-trailer truck, a van, coach, and trailers. A commercial vehicle is usually registered to a company, and they are designed to transport more than 15 passengers. A vehicle that surpasses a certain weight (a standard of 26,001 pounds or more) may be considered a commercial vehicle, though it may not be commercially used or commercially owned. On the other hand, a vehicle can remain privately licensed and be used for business purposes.

Commercial Transport

Starship Robot
21.8” | 55.4 cm;
49.1” | 124.8 cm (with flagpole)
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Tesla Semi
13’ (156”) | 396 cm (Estimated)
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Tesla Semi
20’9” (249”) | 632 cm (Estimated)
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Nissan NV200 (2010)
Illustration of a Nissan NV200 Van from the side profile view

The Nissan NV200 (2010) was designed in three versions for commercial and passenger use by incorporating more space, comfort, and practicability into a van. It is lightweight with 4 to 5 doors and can be used for leisure activities. The primary attribute of the van is the large cargo area and ample passenger space that users find to be a smart convenience and offer outstanding utility.

The Nissan NV200 (2010) has an overall length of 15.5' (4.73 m), wheelbase of 9.6' (2.93 m), a width of 5.7' (1.73 m), and height of 6.1' (1.87 m).

The Nissan NV200 (2010) was designed in three versions for commercial and passenger use by incorporating more space, comfort, and practicability into a van. It is lightweight with 4 to 5 doors and can be used for leisure activities. The primary attribute of the van is the large cargo area.

The Nissan NV200 (2010) has an overall length of 15.5' (4.73 m), wheelbase of 9.6' (2.93 m), a width of 5.7' (1.73 m), and height of 6.1' (1.87 m).

Nissan NV200 (2010)
Height:
6.1' | 1.87 m
Width:
5.7' | 1.73 m
Length:
15.5' | 4.73 m
Depth:
Weight:
3,280 lb | 1,488 kg
Area:

Wheelbase: 9.6' | 2.93 m

Model
NV200
Automaker
Nissan
Year
2010
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Eurocopter EC135

The Eurocopter EC135 is a civil light utility helicopter typically used for passenger transport, emergency medical services, corporate transport, law enforcement, and military training. Produced by Airbus since 1994, the Eurocopter EC135 is widely used across the world.

The Eurocopter EC135 (1996) has an overall length of 33.5’ (10.2 m), height of 11.9’ (3.6 m), and width of 33.5’ (10.2 m).

Dimensioned drawings of the Eurocopter EC135 illustrated from the side, front, and plan views

The Eurocopter EC135 is a civil light utility helicopter typically used for passenger transport, emergency medical services, corporate transport, law enforcement, and military training. Produced by Airbus since 1994, the Eurocopter EC135 is widely used across the world.

The Eurocopter EC135 (1996) has an overall length of 33.5’ (10.2 m), height of 11.9’ (3.6 m), and width of 33.5’ (10.2 m).

Dimensioned drawings of the Eurocopter EC135 illustrated from the side, front, and plan views
Eurocopter EC135
Height:
11.9’ | 3.6 m
Width:
33.5’ | 10.2 m
Length:
33.5’ | 10.2 m
Depth:
Weight:
6,000 lbs | 2,720 kg
Area:

Engine: Twin, 400 hp each
Speed: 144-150 mph | 125-130 kts
Altitude: 20,000’ | 6,096 m
Seats: 7-8
Passengers: 6-7, 1-2 crew

Model
EC135
Make
Airbus Helicopters (Eurocopter)
Year
1996

Drawings include:
Eurocopter EC135 side elevatoin, front, plan

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DeliRo Delivery Robot
Scale illustration of an average DeliRo with dimensions for height and length compared to a human

The DeliRo, short for delivery robot, is an autonomous delivery bot developed by the Japanese company, ZMP. DeliRo is currently on trial at a train station in Tokyo, Japan. It is being used to deliver noodles to customers at a restaurant.

The main goal of the DeliRo is to help limit human contact during the Covid-19 pandemic. DeliRo has a box that can hold 8 boxes of luggage and is able to drive at a maximum speed of 3.7 miles (6 km) per hour. It is able to recognize its surrounding environment through the use of its 360-degree cameras and laser sensors.

The DeliRo has a total length of 38” (96.2 cm), overall width of 26” (66.4 cm), and height of 43” (108.9 cm). DeliRos can carry a payload of 110 lb (50 kg). The maximum movement speed of the DeliRo is 3.7 mph (6 km/h).

Collection of scaled drawings of DeliRo with overall dimensions
The DeliRo, short for delivery robot, is an autonomous delivery bot developed by the Japanese company, ZMP. DeliRo is currently on trial at a train station in Tokyo, Japan. It is being used to deliver noodles to customers at a restaurant.

The DeliRo has a total length of 38” (96.2 cm), overall width of 26” (66.4 cm), and height of 43” (108.9 cm). DeliRos can carry a payload of 110 lb (50 kg). The maximum movement speed of the DeliRo is 3.7 mph (6 km/h).

Collection of scaled drawings of DeliRo with overall dimensions
DeliRo Delivery Robot
Height:
43” | 108.9 cm
Width:
26” | 66.4 cm
Length:
38” | 96.2 cm
Depth:
Weight:
Area:

Max Payload: 110 lb | 50 kg

Max Speed: 3.7 mph | 6 km/h

Designer
ZMP
Year
2019

Drawings include:

DeliRo side elevation, front, back, top

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TeleRetail Delivery Robot
Scale illustration of an average TeleRetail Delivery Robot compared to a human

The TeleRetail Delivery Robot is an autonomous delivery bot was created to become a ‘mobile car trunk’ assigned to deliver shopping bags or packages similar to a car. It was developed by TeleRetail and first made its debut in the United States in January of 2018.

It currently provides services in Europe and North America. The TeleRetail Delivery Robot does not cause traffic jams like a car, reduces transportation costs up to 90%, and offers same day delivery. It meets user needs by growing the demand for local shop delivery, providing same-day delivery services to urban areas, and focuses on ground vehicles.

The TeleRetail Delivery Robot has an estimated total length of 58” (147.3 cm), estimated overall width of 28” (71.1 cm), and estimated height of 34” (86.4 cm). TeleRetail Delivery Robots weigh 60 lb (27 kg) and can carry a payload of 77 lb (35 kg). The maximum movement speed of the TeleRetail Delivery Robot is 35 mph (56 km/h).

Collection of scaled drawings of TeleRetail Delivery Robot with overall dimensions
The TeleRetail Delivery Robot is an autonomous delivery bot was created to become a ‘mobile car trunk’ assigned to deliver shopping bags or packages similar to a car. It was developed by TeleRetail and first made its debut in the United States in January of 2018.

The TeleRetail Delivery Robot has an estimated total length of 58” (147.3 cm), estimated overall width of 28” (71.1 cm), and estimated height of 34” (86.4 cm). TeleRetail Delivery Robots weigh 60 lb (27 kg) and can carry a payload of 77 lb (35 kg). The maximum movement speed of the TeleRetail Delivery Robot is 35 mph (56 km/h).

Collection of scaled drawings of TeleRetail Delivery Robot with overall dimensions
TeleRetail Delivery Robot
Height:
34” | 86.4 cm (Estimated)
Width:
28” | 71.1 cm (Estimated)
Length:
58” | 147.3 cm (Estimated)
Depth:
Weight:
60 lb | 27 kg
Area:

Max Payload: 77 lb | 35 kg

Max Speed: 35 mph | 56 km/h

Designer
Aitonomi TeleRetail
Year
2018

Drawings include:

TeleRetail Delivery Robot side elevation, front, back, top, side (open)

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KiwiBot
Scale illustration of an average KiwiBot with dimensions for height and length compared to a human

The KiwiBot is an autonomous delivery bot by the company, Kiwi. The KiwiBot was specifically designed to deliver food efficiently and originally launched in 2017. It currently delivers food in California in the United States. It is able to connect with vending machines.

The Kiwibot is able to accommodate 2 food orders. It has 3 frontal cameras, a rear wide angle 180-degree camera, and spot lights. The KiwiBot also features various HD cameras, LTE, GPS, as well as sensors that it effectively uses to achieve its job. This delivery bot strives for humans and robots to work together seamlessly.

The KiwiBot has an estimated total length of 22” (55.9 cm), estimated overall width of 17” (43.2 cm), and estimated height of 22” (55.9 cm). The maximum movement speed of the KiwiBot is 1.5 mph (2.4 km/h).

Collection of scaled drawings of KiwiBot with overall dimensions
The KiwiBot is an autonomous delivery bot by the company, Kiwi. The KiwiBot was specifically designed to deliver food efficiently and originally launched in 2017. It currently delivers food in California in the United States. It is able to connect with vending machines.

The KiwiBot has an estimated total length of 22” (55.9 cm), estimated overall width of 17” (43.2 cm), and estimated height of 22” (55.9 cm). The maximum movement speed of the KiwiBot is 1.5 mph (2.4 km/h).

Collection of scaled drawings of KiwiBot with overall dimensions
KiwiBot
Height:
22” | 55.9 cm (Estimated)
Width:
17” | 43.2 cm (Estimated)
Length:
22” | 55.9 cm (Estimated)
Depth:
Weight:
Area:

Max Speed: 1.5 mph | 2.4 km/h

Designer
Kiwibot
Year
2017

Drawings include:

KiwiBot side elevation, front, back, top, side (open)

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