Behold: the all electric, all adorable Zagato Zele.
Debuted at Geneva the year before the 1973 Oil Crisis, it was coincidentally both of and ahead of its time.
Yours for between €5,500 and €11,000.
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.
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,
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.
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.