In a BBC post titled 'Green mini-car to beat congestion' it tells of a new innovation in green travelling (something to replace the Sinclair C5 I wonder?):
"A tiny, three-wheeled car that could help solve city congestion has been demonstrated at the University of Bath.
The prototype Clever (Compact Low Emission Vehicle for Urban Transport) car is one metre wide and less polluting than normal vehicles.
It has a top speed of 100 km/h (60mph) and uses a novel tilting chassis to make it safe and manoeuvrable.
The traffic-busting two-seater is the result of a 40-month project by researchers in nine European countries."