Retro car points to the future

Takayanagi Co's Miluira.
Takayanagi Co's Miluira. Contributed

JAPANESE automaker Takayanagi Co. has created this steam-punk looking electric car called Miluira. It is a zero-emission vehicle 90 percent composed of Japan-made components.

Hinting at luxury more akin to it's more fashionable counter-parts, the Miluira combines the quietness and riding stability of an electric four-wheel car.

Powered by a 50cc electric engine, the latest evolution of car design will achieve 35km per charge and heralds the next generation of stylish, yet clean, automotive experience.

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