Intended toward urban roads, the “mm.e” or “micro mobility – electric” by designer Adam Danko is a portable vehicle that touts great driving abilities and that too at a very low price. Measuring 2.7m in length, the sporty car can be ordered via the internet as a package that that the owner needs to assemble using screwdriver at his/her home, allowing a lot of space for customization. Featuring a very simple yet functional design, the electric micro mobility vehicle consists of special spaceframe, made of planar composite planes, fortified with aluminum rods in cross direction. All other components, together with the body or semitransparent cover produced by BAYER Company using special cheap plastic, are attached to this spaceframe. Powered by electromotors placed in rear wheelbases, each producing 12kW of power, the mm.e locates batteries behind the seats, allowing a safe and sustainable environment on city roads. Go past the break to see the animation video.