Every year at the Geneva Motor Show, a new model for urban motoring is sure to appear from Switzerland’s Rinspeed. In 2010, we saw the debut of the Fiat-500-esque UC and in 2011, it was the BamBoo. Last year, the company brought the Smart ForTwo-centric Dock+Go. So what’s up for 2013? Micromax, we hear!
Micromax may appear as one of the individual cars in an amusement park. Created by Frank M. Rinderknecht, head of Rinspeed, the vehicle is destined to change the short-distance transport concepts.
The vehicle has a length of 3.6 meters, similar to that of a BMW Mini. Micromax can accommodate the driver, three passengers and a stroller or shopping cart without hindering the desired privacy.
With a height of 2.2 meters, the car packs comfortable and space-saving upright seats with safety belts. Other features include a coffee maker, a refrigerator for the passenger to enjoy drinks and unlimited connectivity for either entertainment or working while on the go. The Micromax can cut CO2 emissions and costs even after many traffic jams falls.