Remember stabilizers? Once upon a time they helped us take corners on a bike.
Now with its compact electric cars a Polish startup is bringing a touch of dynamism to the concept.
At speeds of up to 56 mph the wheelbase spreads to almost 1.5 meters for increased stability.
It’s reduced to 86 cm when you need to go slow to park, making squeezing into small spots easy. The driver’s cab leans into corners by up to 20 degrees.
Empty batteries can be replaced after around 85 miles. Initially aimed at shaking up the Asian car-sharing market, in future these candy-colored EVs could form part of a driverless convoy.
Sounds like things are on the right track.