The Microlino is an all-electric, space saving, lightweight four-wheeled vehicle produced by Micro Mobility Systems, designed for urban mobility. Its key feature is the front opening door, inspired by the bubble cars from the late 1950s, which enables users to get out directly onto the pavement after parking. The vehicle has two seats, a trunk, a folding sunroof and can be charged with either a household or a type 2 plug. The Microlino is legally designated and functionally intended as a lightweight quadricycle (L7e). It aims to combine the advantages of both a car and a motorcycle. Due to the "reduce to the max" approach in the engineering, the Microlino has 50% less parts than a regular car, weighing 513 kilograms and consuming less energy when driving.