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Individual, modular vehicles that can be connected to each other, just like an erector set, are becoming a popular trend. A person moves into one’s own capsule, manoeuvrable and requiring a minimum of space for parking. If you want to travel with company, capsules join instantly to form a single unit.

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I don't agree
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Jeff yes 21 May 2019
Owen Shaughnessy I don't know why single-seater run arounds aren't a thing. Sure you have motorcycles, but there's no roll cage or airbags. The only real single seaters with four wheels on the ground are F1 cars, and you can't just drive them on normal roads. I see too many SUV's on the road with just a driver and no passengers. I unfortunately am part of this group, but that doesn't make it right. Money would be saved in the long run if these cars were hybrids, and modular not just in the department of passengers, but in cargo space as well. What if I need to carry something? I'll just attach the rear cargo module. But then I'd need a place to put the modules. To be honest, though, I'd still own an SUV just because it only takes up one space in my garage. 22 Mar 2019
Raptor1324 YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! PLEASE LET THIS HAPPEN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 06 Feb 2019
Codo Fleckins While true , modularity in transportation is a concept that should be achieved , individuality is something that might be lost if the concept isn't properly made. "Some people drive things they like , and want to be different than others." 06 Feb 2019