Designer reveals radical electric two wheel car to sell in China [Video]

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The transport of the future - inspired by a 1961 Ford: Chinese designer reveals radical self driving two wheel gyrocarEngineer is developing a two-wheeled electric car inspired by a 1961 Ford designZhu Lingyun designed a gyrocar based on Ford Gyron and is testing it in ChinaCar seats one...

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The transport of the future – inspired by a 1961 Ford: Chinese designer reveals radical self driving two wheel gyrocar

  • Engineer is developing a two-wheeled electric car inspired by a 1961 Ford design
  • Zhu Lingyun designed a gyrocar based on Ford Gyron and is testing it in China
  • Car seats one person, can reach 62 mph, …

A Chinese engineering company has designed a two-wheel car inspired by the 1961 Ford Gyron. The 1703 prototype is undergoing testing in Bejiing

The two-wheeled vehicle doesn't have a steering wheel or acceleration pedal, and is instead controlled by a computer mouse and 24-inch screen

In 2014, Zhu started Lingyun with $470,000 in investments and three employees. The company is now worth $60million

Ford's original car, the Ford Gyron (pictured), had two seats and a tail fin and never went into production. Zhu's car is a single-seater that is about 10 feet long and can reach speeds of up to 62 mph