So, it is supposed to get 74 MPG, has seating for three, ONLY has 50 some odd horsepower and takes a century to reach 60 miles per hour.

Keep in mind, however, this is a city car.

Although the car's stats are intriguing and all, it isn't so much the car that is really important here.

What IS important is what AutoExpress is calling Gordon Murray's iStream process.

Supposedly, it is "...A complete rethink and redesign of the traditional manufacturing process and could potentially be the biggest revolution in high volume manufacture since the Model T."

The key is that the new process can reduce plant size, thereby decreasing the amount of capital required to get a MONSTER plant up and running.

So, with that said, what is more interesting: the car or the iStream process?

Gordon Murray’s revolutionary T25 city car makes its public debut today at the Smith School’s World Forum on Enterprise and the Environment in Oxford.

Auto Express has already had exclusive access to the prototype at Murray’s research and development base in Guildford. But now the official specs for his city car, codenamed T25, have been released.

Measuring 2.4-metres long, 1.3-metres wide and 1.6-metres high, the T25 is an extremely compact city car. But despite its size, the car still has seating for three, thanks to its innovative interior layout. A maximum of 720-litre of luggage space is also possible...

[Source: AutoExpress]

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Is THIS The Car That Could Spark A Revolution? What Is More Intriguing? The Car Or The Manufacturing Process?

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