The 1956 Isetta has been reborn as an electric car manufactured by Micro, that Swiss electric skateboard company. The Micorlino has a range of 80 miles and costs just $10,000.
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German auto supplier BASF decided its easy-on paint colors, interior material products, and general super-awesomeness weren’t getting enough play in the media. As most suppliers do when faced with a similar obstacle, BASF decided to build a project car- and what a car! Meet the BASF MySetta, based on a 1958 BMW Isetta bubble-car and […]
During the 1960s, American automakers were guilty of building some of the largest automobiles to ever be sold as mass market transportation. The whole “bigger-is-better” attitude finally seems to be fading from the American psyche though, though there have always been those who preferred small cars to land yachts, and a large collection of American and European micro-cars is going up for auction later this month.
Remember Steve Urkel? How could you forget Mr. “Did I do that?” from the show Family Matters. He was the ultimate nerd, wearing suspenders, thick glasses, and full of useless knowledge. He was also the proud owner of a BMW Isetta, a popular mircocar that had just one door, on the front of the vehicle. […]