No parallel parking skills, no problem.
Initially unveiled at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show, the Microlino – a tiny, front-loading electric car – is now legal across European roads after it passing its final roadworthiness tests.
The car takes inspiration from classic 1950s bubble cars, most notably the BMW Isetta. It’s smaller than a Smart Car, spanning a mere 2.4 metres (7.8 feet) in length, weighs 450 kg (990lb) without battery and passenger, and has a maximum speed of 90km/h (55 mp/h).
Depending on the battery size installed, the two-seater vehicle has a range of either 120 or 200 km (74 or 124 mi), and can be fully recharged in four hours using any conventional power socket.
Additional features include a sunroof, a single round touchscreen panel on the dashboard, and the ability to make you look cute AF.
Micro, the company behind the Microlino, plans to fulfill pre-orders in Switzerland in December of this year, with German pre-orders to follow in early 2019.