Tiny 3-wheeled car

The aim of the CLEVER project is to develop a 3-wheeled city vehicle for two people that requires very little space, weights only 400 kgs, has very low consumption and therefore very low emissions.

To achieve the emissions targets a CNG (compressed natural gas) engine is used and the body consists of a lightweight aluminium chassis with a plastic shell and the front-end surface area is reduced by a 1+1 seat constellation (one behind the other).


As a result of the low width of the vehicle (less than one metre), it has been designed to tilt as it corners so as to provide plenty of stability round bends and to provide a driving experience similar to a motorcycle.

The press talked about it last year, but it’s the first time i see a picture of the crashtest.
Gallery of images.
Via Bright.