The Tata AirPod is a city car running on compressed air (as well as a battery-powered electric motor). The ease of converting air into an energy source using simple compressors means charging stations can be placed anywhere, and they require no provisioning — no trucks delivering gas, ethanol, or hydrogen — and they produce no emissions, just discharge of the air. The AirPod can run 125mi (200k) at a top speed between 28 to 43mph (45 to 70kph).
Arbet 1956 - The name of this three-speed vehicle combines the first names of Arliss Sluder and his wife Beth, from Montana. In 1993 the Guinness Book of Records called it the smallest street legal car in the world: 102 cm wide and 229 cm long.
A Lambretta scooter with a custom-built VW campervan sidecar in Northwood, Middlesex. The sidecar was created by scooter fan Jay Dyer for his 11-year-old son Kaine to sit in while they drive around the country.