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'Cell' Eco Car by Tom Kent Can Lane-Split in Traffic Like a Motorcycle

 - May 13, 2010   Updated: Aug 17 2011
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The 'Cell' eco car by Tom Kent is a futuristic green car ideal for metropolitan areas with congested traffic roads. The width of the car's front track can be manually controlled, which allows it to slim down and lane-split during rush hour like a motorcycle.

The 'Cell' eco car by Tom Kent has an electric engine, and solar panels are embedded on its side panels and rooftop. See other clever city cars below.

Implications - The electric vehicle is an innovation that isn't going anywhere -- indeed, the future of worldwide environmental stability depends on its success. So at this point, the question is how to construct, brand and advertise the right EV. Manufacturers capable of maintaining the allure and aesthetic tradition of modern cars while introducing futuristic green technology will attract the largest swathe of the car-driving population.