Stanford grad students are showing off a school project they say means you won't ever have to go to a gas station again.
The project is an all-electric vehicle that looks a bit like a dune-buggy without a top.
It's not what you call slick, but it is what you call "green."
Believe it or not it can seat four. The vehicle has two leather-covered seats, each long enough to sit two people motorcycle style. Both passengers and driver hold on to long bicycle-like handlebar. The driver gets the added options of a joystick and throttle.
They call the contraption the Weng, which is short for "where everyone needs to go."
The designers says it's a solution for people who are looking for short term mobility.
It cost under $10,000.
The launch party for their invention is tonight at Hasso Plattner Institute of Design. All are welcome.