Facebook User September 12, 2011 09:01 PM Yes please! These vehicles are LONG overdue... It always amazes me on my way to work seeing all these 1.5 tonnes+ cars being driven by a single 80kg person. All that wasted energy and space to power a big metal cage that\'s 20 times heavier than the object being moved. It just doesn\'t make sense. VoiceofReason September 12, 2011 11:07 PM Looks cool. It will never see the light of day in the US though, due to outdated and dumb no restraint laws. These laws make American cars much heavier than they really need to be. It Opel wants it to fly in the US, it will need to lose a rear wheel in order to qualify as a motorcycle. Anything with four wheels here in the states, is a car. Slowburn September 13, 2011 01:08 AM Max Powers - September 12, 2011 @ 05:01 pm PDT Most people do not have the money to buy a different car, for each load of passengers they will need to carry, so the one they buy suits the maximum load, even though that means that they spend most of their driving time alone in their multipassenger car. Womp September 13, 2011 02:26 AM I like these single seater and 2 inline type cars, I am constantly annoyed at having to drag around 3 or 4 extra seats that I never use. But, I am annoyed that car companies keep teasing us with these concepts but not a single one has gone into production. Also, the speed restricted version, I dread the thought of being stuck behind one of those. 666gm666 September 13, 2011 02:51 AM @Max Powers: Are you joking? The main reason 80Kg people drive SUVs is for protection. In a crash with a large vehicle, a tiny vehicle gets crushed. Keith Reeder September 13, 2011 04:11 AM \"Also, the speed restricted version, I dread the thought of being stuck behind one of those.\" It\'d be no harder to overtake than a speed/power-restricted moped or scooter, which is what kids in a lot of European countries have to start on. vv_vv September 13, 2011 05:43 AM What else is new? The problem with all these things (just like Carver or Spyder) is that production versions end up costing more than medium size cars while lacking the practicality or safety. Harpal Sahota September 13, 2011 04:30 PM How cool is this two seater electric vehicle for the city. Throw in free city parking, and i\'m buying one! Chris Jordan September 13, 2011 06:48 PM I echo \"never make it in the US\". Low speed would make other drivers furious (road rage country- with many impatient drivers), and the safety issue comes out with any small vehicle. Our 25 mph streets become 40 mph streets quickly when people can get away with it. Like Zap, Aptera, Triac, Moose, Th!nk, City-EL, Alius, and many more EVs; this is a pleasant pipe dream. Like a Smart car- I would like to see a wheelchair jabbed in there! Jason Bontrager September 14, 2011 11:11 AM Make it for less than $5K and I\'d buy one. Most of my driving is short-range as I live in a small town. I\'d prefer that they double the range though. I make 60-90 mile (one way) trips several times a month. They\'d have to make it a hybrid to do that though, at least until electric storage tech matures a bit more. That 75mph upper limit is a bit risky too on the highway. Still, a definite move in the right direction if it ever gets produced.