The vast majority of Westerners commute to work solo in their automobiles, so perhaps the car of the future should be much more compact. The Two Gyro EV concept accommodates a pair of people for added flexibility -- an attribute that is demonstrated markedly in its operation.
The cutting-edge insectile conveyance has a pair of wheels that permit gyroscopic movement. This feature affords an agility that is particularly useful in rigid and high-density environments such as close-packed city streets.
Think about the space and the fuel that could be reduced with the introduction of a lightweight and tiny car like Carlos Pilonieta's Two Gyro. It even has the ability to shift into an upright orientation to facilitate parking and improve lane merging in traffic.