Able to travel up to 80 miles on a charge, the car is envisioned by Woodbury as a nonpolluting commuter vehicle that will conserve highway real estate. Skinnier than some motorcycles, the Tango takes up half the space of a regular car and can legally park perpendicular to the curb.
In California, for example, lane-splitting is legal for motorcycles, and two Tangos could share a lane. In Washington, a Tango can legally cruise in the car-pool lane, he said.
And much like a cellphone, you can recharge the car overnight.
Woodbury sees the minuscule model as the future and he said a high-performance motor will help the Tango stand out among homegrown electric models and small-scale operations.
He said the cartoonish car can smoke a Dodge Viper at a stoplight and can reach 124 mph
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