Like the 21st century version of a Flinstones car, here's the HumanCar. A human electric hybrid that's capable of doing 100km/h. Although it really doesn't look anything near safe to go that fast in that car. Labeled as a low mass vehicle, it was developed by Professor Charles Greenwood.
Greenwood has been committed
to the human-powered car since 1968, and the HumanCar claims that even
people in their golden years could operate it provided that they are in
The car's chassis can be modified
to accept new forms of electric power sources as technology develops,
allowing owners to make the most of their investment. Problem is, would you want to be in it?
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