Last updated on March 11th, 2017 at 05:54 pm
Inspired by its Isseta model from 1956, which was very popular small car of that time, BMW has designed a new electric vehicle named Microlino which could soon hit the market.
Microlino is rejuvenated and electrified version of BMW Isseta. Microlino is designed to be a small light-weight savy electrical vehicle as same as the Isseta was back in sixties. Isseta was the first car which was spending no more than 3 liters of gas per 100 kilometers.
The Microlino is only 2.4 meters long and it is so small that the two of those can fit one parking spot and, if you have some minor problems while positioning the car when parking, you don’t have to worry much because you can lift it and pull it from a side easily – it weighs less than 400 kilograms.
This concept is introduced at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show.
One of the coolest and most unusual things for this car is that you enter it from the front side, or, if you feel fit enough, you could try to enter it through the foldable sunroof.