"A TINY ecological car that can nip through peak-hour gridlock was launched in Britain today after three years of research financed by the EU. The three-wheeled, 1m-wide vehicle runs on natural gas and consumes 2.5 litres of fuel per 100km."
Gotta have a cool name for a cool product like this, right? So how about CLEVER — which stands for "Compact Low Emission Vehicle for Urban Transport." I don't know about you but I get CLEVUT or at best CLEVURT.