Behold the "Elio", a three-wheeled motorcycle-car hybrid that wants to change how you commute to work. The design features car-like seats located at the front and back, which is ideal in case you need to give someone a ride. Other car-like features include seatbelts, air bags, and options for manual or automatic transmission.
Since the Elio only has three wheels, that means it's still classified under law as a motorcycle. Riders will have to wear a helmet when traveling around certain states in the U.S. If the $6,800 price tag doesn't tempt you, then you might be interested to know that the company behind it claims it can run 672 miles on a single tank of gas. For more info, check out the official website here.
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