Rinspeed Micromax to debut at Geneva

by SpeedLux

Swiss auto maker will introduce a unique and very flamboyant style of concept in the forthcoming auto show at Geneva.
Called the micromax it is a totally new concept and they expect it will explore new dimensions of car ownership.

Rinspeed says the microMAX is a car for today’s web-based, app-based world. It has three seats for passengers, one for the driver, and one child seat; it has a length of 3.6 meters and a height of 2.2 meters; The MicroMAX can accommodate up to five people and it also offers enough room for a shopping cart, refrigerator, stroller or a coffee maker. Just like most concepts, this is an all-electric vehicle.

It is similar to a limo but less spacious and comfortable. Rinspeed says the vehicle will save Co2 emissions because it is runs on electricity.

The vehicle will be revealed at the Geneva auto show in March 2013. Till then wait and watch.

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