eSetta imagined

Graduate of the University of Applied Arts in Vienna Tony Weichselbraun has come up with a great looking successor to the iconic BMW Isetta, with this eSetta citycar.

But, whereas the 1950’s machine used a one-cylinder, 10 kW (13 hp) motorcycle engine, Tony’s vision of the future is an electric vehicle destined to be used in an urban environment and inductively charged at sharing hubs. This would allow customers to hire them for short journeys in much the same way that bicycles can be hired and left in docking points once they’ve served their purpose. We love the retro luggage rack, red accents and how the front door slides and rotates, allowing passengers entry via the pavement much like the original example.

[Source: Tony Weichselbraun]

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