In 2015 Cecomp was commissioned to develop a prototype of a new concept vehicle suitable for goods and passenger transport service, category N1, to be built according to technical specifications drawn up by the CNR ITAE, with a new style that could not be traced back to that of standard commercial vehicles.


The iDea (Intelligent Diesel Engine Application) project was launched in 2007 as a result of a series of considerations on the evolution of individual mobility needs in Europe and in the world, and as a results of the desire to guarantee a high level of competitiveness for the Piedmont region in the near future.


During 2013, Cecomp began the feasibility study and preliminary design phases of the Risciò (rickshaw) project, which aimed to create a two/three-seat L-class recreational vehicle with two/three aligned seats, full electric drive with motors positioned on wheels and a lightweight aluminium chassis.


From 2015 to 2019, CECOMP developed the WEEVIL R&D project at the European level (HORIZON 2020) aimed at the realisation of a new urban vehicle, i.e. a new L-category of three-wheeled vehicle that would be silent and energy efficient.


In 2019, CECOMP developed the ARMEISTERBOCK R&D project, aimed at defining an augmented reality platform for training and support of operators on a dima or control gauge (Meisterbock).


From 2017 to 2020 CECOMP developed the R&D project "e-STES" (Same Type Elements System), aimed at the realisation of a prototype vehicle for which the equipment and individual components were manufactured according to the innovative principle of repeatability of elements.