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Microlino 2.0 Is Exactly What The Kei Car Market Needs These Days!

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The Microlino 2.0 is here. Back in 2018, a company by the name of “Micro Mobility Systems” sought out to create an EV homage to the BMW Isetta. It was a German 1950s car that had a lot of spunk in it’s trunk. However, it has since been notoriously overlooking and disregarding by the automobile community. 

Years later, we would see the rumblings of a Microlino… 2.0! 

Microlino 2.0 at the Geneva Motor Show

Finally, a newer version of the new version was born. It had a slot to show its stuff at the Geneva Motor Show. An event, that sadly, was delaying due to the coronavirus pandemic. However, the savior approaches the lost model. As in the time since the Microlino 2.0 comes with better-designed technology to really wow the crowd or whoever is in the presence of this majestic machine. One other thing that’s incredible is the redesign. 

Especially when you note the Mircolino and its majestic folding roof. This technology was creating in part by the Magna Car Top Systems specialists. Their goal is to easily open and close the entry with one hand while allowing for full circulation of the outside atmosphere. 

Of course, it is an optional choice. No shame there. To even open the Microlino, you must first unlock it with a key and press on the small button found beneath the headlight. Therefore, allowing for comfy access towards the passenger compartment. To repeat it from the inside, you may very well notice a button towards the back of the aluminum handlebar, activating the mechanism with an orange handle that can close the door if you simply pull on it. 

Furthermore, what is fascinating about the Microlino 2.0 is that it yields a totally redone structure with a wider rear axle, meant to improve stability. This also comes in hot with thin A-pillars. Therefore, there’s better visibility and a lot more aerodynamics being shown from the lights directly 

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