The Microlino, a front-loading super compact vehicle from Swiss mobility company Micro, has just been approved for European streets. The mini electric vehicle is smaller than a Smart Car, and comes with a rechargeable battery that works with any standard European electricity outlet. The automobile is inspired by BMW’s “Isetta” design from the 1950s, and shares a similar appearance to several other “bubble cars” manufactured throughout the mid-20th-century. The first prototype for Micro’s two-seater was introduced in 2016, but went through several logistical tests before it could be considered road-ready. Swiss consumers can expect the vehicles to arrive later this year, with cars reaching the German market in early 2019. (via Designboom)

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