fox e-mobility AG presents the new platform concept for the entire family of their battery-powered micro-vans. By integrating all the important technologies of modern electric cars, the upcoming MIA now has an innovative and efficient new kit. The concept called 'Skateboard' is based on a robust, crash-proof and recyclable substructure, which is mainly made of steel. It is designed to integrate all the performance and intelligence of a competitive electric car. The substructure itself is flexible usable for different wheelbases and ground clearances, but the central seating position of the driver is always the same. Further advantages are the simple production method in large numbers, the inexpensive repair strategy, and the integration options for standard parts. The platform allows several derivatives of the MIA product family such as shorter or longer models for three or four passengers or small delivery vans for urban centers with a volume of 1,500 liters. This enables fox to achieve a high level of cost efficiency. The installation options for the battery (a second battery can be installed or retrofitted) and the drive unit on the rear axle with an output of approx. 40 to over 100 kW are based on the principle of modularity. A front motor with 30 kW output can also be installed. The platform is open to technology and prepared for the installation of a fuel cell. In the field of intelligent technology, the skateboard has its own software ecosystem that can be updated online ('over the air') and communicate with other services. It already has level 2+ for autonomous driving. Levels 3 and 4 are prepared in the architecture.