The development work around the Microlino 2.0, the light electric quadricycle conceived by Micro Mobility Systems, is slowly starting to conclude. The zero-emission car will arrive on the market in 2021, at an indicative price of 12 thousand euros. The first complete prototype will be ready within a few weeks: another four will arrive shortly, to complete the pre-production tests faster.
“Despite the difficult times, we are making good progress in the development of the new Microlino 2.0”, let the company know: “We have completed the virtual integration of all the technical components in our newly developed chassis, such as the transmission, the front suspension. and rear, the new folding roof and lights. Now we have to test what we have on our computers in the real world, with prototypes ».
The design seems to be inspired by that of the historic BMW Isetta, even if the setting is more modern thanks to details such as the full-width LED headlights. Inside, the three-spoke steering wheel and the instrument display stand out: the passenger compartment can be accessed via the front door. The batteries should guarantee a range of up to about 200 km, more than enough for urban travel, as well as the power delivered by the engine, which will not exceed 15 kW. The car will be produced by Cecomp, near Turin.