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A Tempe company thinks it has a revolutionary car concept, but will the public buy it? (access required)

A startup Tempe motor company is hoping to turn their lime-green, "spunky little ride" into the 21st century version of the Volkswagen Beetle. Since August 2008, Elio Motors has been working on a cockpit-shaped, three-wheeled vehicle that seats two people and is the size of a small compact car.

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