The Eli Zero has been revealed ahead of its debut at this year's CES in Las Vegas.
The startup car maker has unveiled the look of its first electric vehicle, but has yet to provide any hard details about the Zero, such as the dimensions, range or performance.
Just by the sheer look of it, the Zero should be around the size of the Renault Twizy, which measures 2.32m long, 1.19m wide, and 1.46m tall.
Both the Twizy and Zero seat two people. Unlike the Twizy, though, the Zero has a fully enclosed cabin thanks to its full-height glass-covered doors.
In an email to media outlets, Eli Motors claims that the Zero is "an advanced, yet simple product that will fundamentally shift how we engage with urban fabrics", that it is "the ultimate two seater mobility device for agile daily movement", and that it "addresses the dynamic transportation demands of modern cities and towns by offering a versatile driving solution for both urban and suburban neighborhoods".
The company has yet to announce pricing or give an indication about its production timeline, although we expect to find out more details when CES kicks off.
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