Solving traffic congestion
Avoids accidents better
than any car in history
with what we believe to be the world's safest car
4-point safety harness
30% grade, and still can't push it over
Corners like a sports car
Fastest speed through the Consumer Reports'
Emergency Lane Change Maneuver (Moose Test)
Lowest center of gravity of any car
1,000 kg under the floor
Total weight: 1,500 kg,
Heavier than Subaru Outback wagon.
0 to 100 kph in 3.5 seconds
With the size of a motorcycle but the safety and comfort of a four-wheeled car, the Tango provides the immediate answer to urban congestion—in essence, convenient public transportation for suburban dwellers.
There is no excuse for spending 10 times more taxpayer funds to build infrastructure with depreciating assets when purchasing and leasing out Tangos could solve congestion and parking problems and even return a profit to the government in the long term. The following pages show how this can be done.
We have been getting a lot of interest from Perth. Any crowded city in the world, for that matter, is a prime candidate for this most-sensible solution to congestion that saves time and resources. The best part is that commuters are not giving anything up. They are more mobile, safer, freer and have more fun driving an exciting and nimble car, while maintaining the convenience of door to door transportation not available with any other form of public transport.
It has been suggested that we start production manufacturing in Perth. Perth would be an excellent location for manufacture as it is in close proximity to many Asian suppliers of components necessary to any automotive manufacturing operation.
“The significant problems we face cannot be solved by the same level of thinking that created them.”
“The formulation of the problem is often more essential than its solution, which may be
merely a matter of mathematical or experimental skill.”
“If I had an hour to solve a problem I'd spend 55 minutes thinking about the problem and 5
minutes thinking about solutions.”
― Albert Einstein
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