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videos, inside look at structure, etc. It's actually a little expensive considering its size, but MUCH more affordable than almost any other electric car I have seen. There's also a little preview of an electric scooter and a youtube link about other electric vehicles.
Micro shows off production line for its adorable electric microcars, first units coming in March
<snip>The Microlino is an electric bubble car, often referred to as microcars, that looks like a modern take on a classic BMW Isetta. Swiss mobility company Micro has spent the last few years working out the kinks in the innovative electric vehicle’s design and is now ready to begin production this spring.
Despite looking like a car (more or less), the Microlino is described as “not a car” by its designers.
That’s true in both a literal and figurative sense, as it is actually classified as a quadricycle in Europe (something akin to a Low-Speed Vehicle or three-wheeled motorcycle classification in the US, which results in less regulation of the category).
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