An engine that doesn’t just give you a kick, but lets you add your kicking to the horsepower. Its the perfect car for those who love riding bicycles. A bold new eco-concept, this car combines multiple sources of power to avoid the use of fuel, even adding the driver as a power source. The Lynx is a fresh idea in conservation, which is well thought out and refined, but might need a little more refinement to catch on.
The main problem with it is the role of the pedals, which not only accelerate the vehicle, but also need to be ridden backwards to brake the motion of the car. Not only does this seem tedious, but it also raises a safety concern; does a driver want to have to power the car physically? Isn’t that the point behind the invention of the engine? Also does one want to rely on an awkward motion to bring a speeding vehicle to rest? If these features are tweaked, the Lynx would make an excellent eco-car, especially with its dual-mode outlet plug and solar panel battery charging. The size of the vehicle is also a plus, because it small and also light enough to minimize the need for power. The looks of the ride aren’t bad either. It’s as smooth as a cat, including the Lynx it’s named after.