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CityCar, a car for the city of the future

in Auto
by Nicole
September 1, 2011 at 4:12 am

MIT researchers have introduced the concept of CityCar, which aims to change the way people move in crowded cities.

CityCar is an electric two-passenger vehicle, specially created to be used easily in big cities.

Functioning on an electric engine, the futuristic vehicle takes up very little space and weighs less than 450 kilograms.

CityCar makes parking in urban areas easier due to its ability to fold. According to MIT, CityCar is an attractive option for tourists.

Each of the four wheels has one electric engine that is controlled independently, allowing freedom of movement.

If all goes as planned, the full-scale prototype will be presented in 2012 and go into production in 2013.

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