Micro Mobility prepares for its Microlino car to hit the production processes in December later this year. It is an adorable small electric car that boasts a dual-tone exterior and unique curvaceous designs. The car will be available in Switzerland at first before expanding into the German market the following year. The small car sits at 2.4 meters wide and the design aesthetics draw cues from BMW's 1956 Isetta car. The electric-run component is implemented with plans to change personal transportation with its maximum speed of 56 mph and a 0 to 31 mph reached in 5 seconds.
Depending on the size of the battery installed, the car can also deliver two different speed ranges. The two-seater Microlino highlights convenience as it can be charged at any domestic power socket. Notably, the car door is located at the front of the vehicle allowing for easy entering and exiting on the streets.
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