A new city electric vehicle goes on sale later this year and the manufacturers hope it will attract interest from fleets.
The Norwegian-designed TH!NK was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show.
Unlike its obvious rival, the G-Wiz, the TH!NK is described as a proper urban car, rather than a quadricycle.
It promises emission-free motoring and is made from 95% recyclable parts.
The car’s makers say the two-seater will hit a top speed of 65mph and accelerate to 30mph in 6.5 seconds.
A single 10-hour charge of electricity gives it a range of 124 miles of city driving, and the battery can be topped up overnight.
The £14,000 TH!NK will come with ABS, airbags and seatbelt pretensioners when it goes on sale at the end of this year.