Nindo is a compact, electrically powered microcar created to ease through congested urban streets and roads with minimum emission. It’s designer Elvis Tomljenovic, who hails from Croatia, has made profuse use of recyclable plastic materials to ensure that the green car’s cost never goes beyond the Generation Y’s reach.
Nindo features a very original seat layout: one driver seat, an empty space next to the driver and two rear seats. So, while it provides ample seating space for two adult people and on kid, it could be used to transport daily stuff such as a bike, pet storages or bags.
The customizable, digital dashboard suits the needs of the driver. Batteries, located under the cabin for better weight distribution, power the four in-wheel electric motors of the Nindo. Rear lights utilize LED technology.
Via: Car Body Design