• http://www.greenauthors.com Green Authors

    All I want for Christmas is one of these! For some reason all of the fuel efficient fun little cars are never allowed in the US.

  • http://greenairradio.com Greenpointer

    I WANT ONE TOO!!!!! Seriously… where can I get one?

  • baudman

    CO2 – It’s only better than the Prius if the Prius is only taking one person. As soon as the Prius has two (or 3, 4 or 5 and a load) it is better than multiple CLEVERs.

  • http://www.thelfactor.co.uk/ driving course

    Looks like good, safe, fun commuting to me – sign me up.

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  • Shane

    Where do I put my groceries??

  • Syd

    I like it, on certain levels, but I wonder…what is the target market? Would-be-Vespa-riders who live in rainy climates? It seems like something for the Segway set, and virtually nobody else.

  • GateCrasher

    The reason you dont see cars like this in the U.S. is because they need to pass the crash test rating. Which a car like this would never do, and if it did, its fuel efficiency would drop 50%.

  • vplakhi

    @gatecrasher:

    actually check out the Aptera (www.aptera.com) that’s in production. as three-wheelers, these types of vehicles are actually classified as motorcycles in most states (including CA), and so can easily meet the crash test requirements, and get out onto the US market quickly. the other benefit is that they’re allowed in HOV/carpool lanes in many states, and registration/insurance is cheaper.

    not a bad deal.

  • Sm4k

    @ Gatecrasher

    Vehicles with 3 wheels do not have to pass crash tests.

  • Matt everett

    What’s so clever about this. It’s a tricycle with plastic sides.

    You can buy bicycle engines on ebay that do 40 MPH and get get 150 MPG for 400 bucks. Put it on any bike, trike you like.

    Nice to see a minimalistic design FINALLY, but how much will charge for that thing ?

    Most carbon comes from power plants, not cars.Cars are actually easier to limit also rather than telling people to stop heating their homes.

    The government has the full breakdown per sector per source.

    Most importantly electric use is growing more rapidly

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  • http://www.hardwaresphere.com Ken

    Amazingly Cool! Cooler than Dauphin and Smera that I’ve posted about in my blog. Absolutely going to have it if I have the budget. :)

    But this thing still emit something, which is still dangerous for our below earth…

  • Alex P. Keaton

    http://www.3wheelers.com/gmlean.html

    Reminds me of this concept vehicle I saw at EPCOT as a kid

  • Fred

    Plus you can almost park it vertically.

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  • Chemer

    The reason you dont see cars like this in the U.S. is because they need to pass the crash test rating. Which a car like this would never do, and if it did, its fuel efficiency would drop 50%.

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    The CLEVER concept not only does it with less, but does it way cooler than a lot of other concepts out there