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The amazing E-3POD

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Since the Segway failed, the Smart Car fizzled and the hoverboard is years off (we hope), we're in need of a radical new form of transportation to make it feel a whole load more like 2011.

May we present, the E-3POD.

The Electric Tripod is a new one-seater designed to fit somewhere between a car and a bike. It's also affordable, thanks to a minimised battery and lower production costs. Oh and it's electric which means that you can feel less responsible for the impending man-made apocalypse.

It was designed by student Heikki Juvonen who won a six-month placement at Citroen’s PSA Design Centre in Paris for his hard work.

You can check out more of his work here.

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