Update (16/01/2017). Unfortunately, the press oversold this. All it allows is for people to configure some aspects of the Twizy software providing fringe benefits. No use to us at all.
In our ongoing quest for a way to develop a robust rural version of a Twizy, we will track this development (just announced at CES) with interest.
OSVehicle & ARM are taking part in the exciting move of Groupe Renault towards an open innovation approach by releasing soon the Twizy EV platform in open source, making it available to everyone, to enable co-creation of new electric vehicles, apps, and opportunity to explore niche markets.