BMW's i8 Spyder with two matching BMW three-wheeled electric kick scooters in the rear
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That's Gizmag's Editor-in-chief Noel McKeegan holding the Yikebike - the current benchmark for the smallest and lightest production mobility device. It's a carbon fiber, electric penny farthing that weighs just over 10 kg - it'll take you 10 km at 25 km/h. On the family tree of invention, it is far more closely related to your electric toothbrush than your car. The Yikebike is a stand-out in applying miniaturization to create new and more efficient transportation appliances, but there will be more.
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