Behold: the MicroLino – a super compact electric vehicle inspired by the BMW Isetta, Heinkel Kabine and other ‘bubble-cars’ of the 1950s and 60s.
2.4m long with an adorable maximum speed of 56mph and a max 202km range, the Microlina is smaller than a smart car, cuter than a bug’s ear and fully approved for use on European roads.
Available to buy next year (initially in Switzerland and Germany only) for around €12,000.
Behold the Dendrobium D-1 – a rakish electric hypercar with a proprietary motor and battery delivering an astounding 1800bhp.
The D-1 will be unveiled to the public at next month’s Salon Privé, price TBA.
Behold: the Ethec Electric Motorcycle – designed by 12 engineering students from ETH Zurich and the Zurich University of the Arts with a 15kWh battery, front and rear hub motors and a sophisticated air and oil cooling system that combine to provide 67bhp and a 400km range.
Behold the all electric EMotion sedan by Danish born US based automotive designer Henrik Fisker who also designed the BMW Z8 and several Aston Martins.
The car debuted at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show claiming an impressive 260km/h top speed, a 650km range and a state of the art battery cooling system that allows a charging time of 9 minutes per 200km.
Available late 2019 for around €104,000,
A concept electric vehicle by Chinese e-car startup Byton that launched this week at the Consumer Electronics Show.
Along with a 400km range and a blisteringly fast 80% charge time of 30 minutes, the company claims that its cabin-spanning,1.25m wraparound touchscreen facia will also make it to production.
The zero emissions Elettrica scooter from Vespa – 100km range, 4-6 hour charge time and, best of all, smartphone integration via Vespa’s Multimedia Platform app to save you fiddling with your iPhone X as you glide down Via Del Corso.
There’ll also be an Elletrica X with a petrol-driven generator that doubles the range.
Talking orders from Spring 2018.
Behold the 63m, 12 cabin Eau Electric Yacht Concept from Amsterdam-based marine designer Frank Tjepkema.
Cruise the Rivieras of the future at 25 knots, surveying all from the droplet shaped wheelhouse of a ribbed aluminium ship which, according to the designer:
captures the reminiscent qualities of the water itself.
All right then.
Behold the low-slung, gull-winged curvaceousness of the Owl electric supercar – a working concept debuted at this year’s Frankfurt Motor Show by mysterious Japanese technical consulting firm Aspark.
Watch the frankly ridiculous 2 second 0-100km/h acceleration of its chassis (minus the swanky shell above) here.
Behold the Trondheim Trawler – the world’s first electric powered trawler – completely silent and tough enough to withstand four meter swells and 40 knot winds.
Available in three configurations from 9 to 13.5m with nautical ranges between1,500 and 4,000 km depending on powerplant.
You’ll put them all to shame above in Killybegs.
Yours from €265,000.