The Duno by Ben Herron Offers Two Forms of Efficient Urban Transit

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Apr 26, 2011 • References: benherron.daportfolio & ecofriend
For those city dwellers who find that they absolutely must drive to work, the Duno by Ben Herron should be their automobile of choice.

The compact concept car is ideal for weaving in and out of traffic and through narrow streets. It takes up just half of a parking space, and lowers your ecological footprint if you're not the carpooling type.

What truly makes the Duno by Ben Herron stand out is the incorporation of unicycle scooters in the rear of the vehicle. The idea behind this design decision was to offer a means for the motorist to arrive at the edge of the city, and hop onto one of the single-wheeled conveyances for city navigation, leaving downtown traffic in the dust. Stats for Dual-Purpose Subcompacts Trending: Older & Average
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