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Isetta, Italian Bubblecar In Electric Version The Microlino

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Isetta is the famous Italian 'bubblecar' car with a single door at the front. In 1955 BMW bought a production license and produced about 160 thousand BMW Isettas until 1962. After the summer the Microcar reincarnates as electric Microlino.
The Isetto and Microlino prototype, in white & blue color

Microline For Just €12.000 

That it can be more fun than an E-Smart, the company Microlino proves. The car, suitable for two people and three grocery crates, weighs 510 kilos and has a range of 120 kilometers. The top speed is 90 km / h. According to Microlino, the car is 95 percent suitable for what most people do with their current car.

What does Isetta mean?
The Isetta is an Italian-designed microcar built under license in a number of different countries, including Argentina, Spain, Belgium, France, Brazil, Germany, and the United Kingdom. Initially manufactured by the Italian firm Iso SpA, the name Isetta is the Italian diminutive form of Iso, meaning "little Iso".

Mcrolino 3 on display

The Microcar was already developed in 2015 by Wim Ouboter with students from the Zurich University of Applied Sciences and design agency Designwerk. Ouboter is a Swiss inventor of Dutch origin. The charging time of the car is four hours via the power socket. It is produced by the Italian firm Tazzari and will cost around 12,000 euros. The car comes on the market after the summer and there are already sold 4,600 in advance.



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How many wheels does an Isetta have?
1959 BMW Isetta 300 3-wheel special. When casually looking at the average BMW Isetta, it would appear to have only a single wheel at the rear, but in fact there were Two wheels at the rear in the standard configuration, they were just spaced closer together due to the lack of a differential.

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Microlino consept vehicle seen from above in white and blue color
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Isetta, Italian Bubblecar In Electric Version The Microlino

Isetta is the famous Italian 'bubblecar' car with a single door at the front. In 1955 BMW bought a production license and produced about 160 thousand BMW Isettas until 1962. After the summer the Microcar reincarnates as electric Microlino. Microline For Just €12.000  That it can be more fun than an E-Smart, the company Microlino proves. The car, suitable for two people and three grocery crates, weighs 510 kilos and has a range of 120 kilometers. The top speed is 90 km / h. According to Microlino, the car is 95 percent suitable for what most people do with their current car. What does Isetta mean? The Isetta is an Italian-designed microcar built under license in a number of different countries, including Argentina, Spain, Belgium, France, Brazil, Germany, and the United Kingdom. Initially manufactured by the Italian firm Iso SpA, the name Isetta is the Italian diminutive form of Iso, meaning "little Iso". The Microcar was already developed in 2015 by Wim Ouboter with students from the Zurich University of Applied Sciences and design agency Designwerk. Ouboter is a Swiss inventor of Dutch origin. The charging time of the car is four hours via the power socket. It is produced by the Italian firm Tazzari and will cost around 12,000 euros. The car comes on the market after the summer and there are already sold 4,600 in advance. {youtube}                                                  Microlino: scooter inventor revives old microcar as electric                                                   Isetta, Italian Bubblecar In Electric Version The Microlino How many wheels does an Isetta have? 1959 BMW Isetta 300 3-wheel special. When casually looking at the average BMW Isetta, it would appear to have only a single wheel at the rear, but in fact there were Two wheels at the rear in the standard configuration, they were just spaced closer together due to the lack of a differential. Recommended:  The Great Wall Urban Car That Might Fix China’s Mobility Problem Before you go! Recommended:  Electric Car Surprise Renault e-Plein Air Open-Top: France Did you find this an interesting article or do you have a question or remark? Leave a comment below. We try to respond the same day. Like to write your own article about sustainability? Click on  'Register'  or push the button 'Write An Article' on the  'HomePage'
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