The C1 is here. But, wait, what is the C1?
Having been dubbed "The Car of the Future," this vehicle from San Francisco-based Lit Motors is seen as the answer to many modern conundrums about the harmful effects of cars on the environment and the paucity of viable solutions that can apply to the masses.
Photo courtesy of 7x7
Here's the lowdown, according to a recent 7x7 article:
"It is fully electric and can travel 200 miles between charges, and travel at speeds up to 120 mph.
It’s small enough to split lanes in traffic jams, and can park conveniently like a motorcycle can.
It is made up of 2,400 parts compared to 20,000-30,000 parts necessary to build a car."
And here is a pretty cool video showing the C1 in action, and also how it can maintain its balance when getting hit at an intersection:
They say the cost is about $24k, and they are taking pre-orders right now. (Go here: https://litmotors.com/reserve/)
But, there doesn't seem to be an answer to the most important question of all: Will it come in silver?