The sheer size of it is a phenomenon in itself. On the usual roads, you can fit 2 units of the T.25 which means, if it becomes a norm, more people could travel at half the time with more capacity at any one time. More importantly, it also could wheeze around like motorbikes so traffic jams can be greatly reduced. Of course, being able to fit 2 cars for the size of 1 means that you can also park 2 units in 1 parking space. According to Gordon Murray, you can actually park 3 vehicles in 1 space.

It also comes with better power-to-weight ratio than a standard 2.0 liter car where it is both easy to drive an economical. Replaceable body panels makes it easy and cheaper for repairs when needed.

The configuration of the car means that you do not have to worry about which side of the road you are driving because it comes with a central driving position, which makes it almost universally acceptable in all countries. This surely give you a different driving experience as well as providing you with the all-round awareness of what is going on around you (literally). It would take a while to get used to, but once you do it would be fun.

The car is powered up with a 660 cc, 3 cylinder engine that comes with 51 horsepower and 57Nm of torque. It weighs only 550kilograms at 3.8 liters/100km average of fuel economy. The turning radius is 6 meters with F1-inspired material used to build the chassis. Apart from that, it also has a 160-720 litres of luggage capacity. Typically, this is a car for the single driver and could very well be what the future is all about. To top it all off, you can re-fuel the car from either side of the car, now that is sheer convenience.

 

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