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Switch Vehicle trike

A showcase of vehicle concepts at Stanford University's Center for Automotive Research Tuesday hinted at how we'll be navigating city streets in the near future. It's time to rethink the four-wheeled car.

Makers of this fully assembled Switch Vehicle pointed out that dropping a wheel has its advantages. You only hit a pothole once. And the trikes are legal in the HOV lane.

Click on for more photos of the prototype vehicles.

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Lit Motors' C-1

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Interior view of Lit Motors' C-1

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Local Motion

Local Motion vehicles, intended for campus use, would make driving more social.
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The display shows nearby points of interest.
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