The eRinGo eschews the traditional car body and instead puts drivers in a giant wheel.
The vehicle has one larger central wheel, then smaller wheels on each side of the vehicle to stabilize the car while turning. It even comes with two steering wheels — presumably because it’s too difficult for one person to pilot.
The whole concept seems passable if you live in the boonies, but probably less manageable in some place with, say, other cars, such as San Francisco.
For consumers who are looking for a cheaper, in-production model of the eRinGo, we recommend finding a hill and a large tractor tire.