The software will enable Piech to update the design of its infotainment system and other software components within minutes, 70% faster than its competitors, Incari CEO Osman Dumbuya said.
"It's about speed over size," said Piech Automotive CEO Toni Piech, who co-founded the firm in 2016, at a showing of the vehicle in Berlin on Wednesday.
Piech Automotive is due to release its 200,000 euro ($226,620.00) Piech GT model in 2024, with a production target of 10,000 cars a year.
Incari's software, Incari Studio, allows users to build digital interfaces in 3D without needing to know how to code, bypassing the need to refer back to software engineers to make edits or changes in design, Dumbuya said.
Piech is the first autos manufacturer to use the software at scale, but German software firm Incari is testing protoypes with several major European transport firms, Dumbuya said, declining to provide names.
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