Rinspeed MicroMAX EV Concept Previewed Ahead of Geneva Debut

Switzerland’s Rinspeed is already famous for their future urban transportation concepts at the Geneva Motor Show. Next March in Geneva, the Swiss company will unveil a MicroMAX EV Concept, which according to Rinspeed, defines an entirely new class of vehicles.

MicroMAX is 3.6 metres long (roughly the size of a MINI), offering plenty of space for the driver, three passengers and a stroller or shopping cart, all possible because it has a height of 2.2 metres and comes with space-saving upright seats equipped with safety belts.

The all-electric MicroMAX also has a coffee maker, a refrigerator and unlimited connectivity for entertainment purposes or for working.

There are no details about its powertrain, but as their previous concepts, we don’t expect to see it on the road, though something similar could be used one day at airports.


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