This stunning EV concept for the Frankfurt motor show by designer Andrey Trofimchuk of new Russian automaker Yo-Auto uses a petrol engine to generate power for its electric motors, but stores the amperage in super-condensors rather than big, heavy batteries.
This stunning EV concept for the Frankfurt motor show by designer Andrey Trofimchuk of new Russian automaker Yo-Auto uses a petrol engine to generate power for its electric motors, but stores the amperage in super-condensors rather than big, heavy batteries.
This stunning EV concept for the Frankfurt motor show by designer Andrey Trofimchuk of new Russian automaker Yo-Auto uses a petrol engine to generate power for its electric motors, but stores the amperage in super-condensors rather than big, heavy batteries.
This stunning EV concept for the Frankfurt motor show by designer Andrey Trofimchuk of new Russian automaker Yo-Auto uses a petrol engine to generate power for its electric motors, but stores the amperage in super-condensors rather than big, heavy batteries.
This stunning EV concept for the Frankfurt motor show by designer Andrey Trofimchuk of new Russian automaker Yo-Auto uses a petrol engine to generate power for its electric motors, but stores the amperage in super-condensors rather than big, heavy batteries.
This stunning EV concept for the Frankfurt motor show by designer Andrey Trofimchuk of new Russian automaker Yo-Auto uses a petrol engine to generate power for its electric motors, but stores the amperage in super-condensors rather than big, heavy batteries.
This stunning EV concept for the Frankfurt motor show by designer Andrey Trofimchuk of new Russian automaker Yo-Auto uses a petrol engine to generate power for its electric motors, but stores the amperage in super-condensors rather than big, heavy batteries.
This stunning EV concept for the Frankfurt motor show by designer Andrey Trofimchuk of new Russian automaker Yo-Auto uses a petrol engine to generate power for its electric motors, but stores the amperage in super-condensors rather than big, heavy batteries.
This stunning EV concept for the Frankfurt motor show by designer Andrey Trofimchuk of new Russian automaker Yo-Auto uses a petrol engine to generate power for its electric motors, but stores the amperage in super-condensors rather than big, heavy batteries.
This stunning EV concept for the Frankfurt motor show by designer Andrey Trofimchuk of new Russian automaker Yo-Auto uses a petrol engine to generate power for its electric motors, but stores the amperage in super-condensors rather than big, heavy batteries.
This stunning EV concept for the Frankfurt motor show by designer Andrey Trofimchuk of new Russian automaker Yo-Auto uses a petrol engine to generate power for its electric motors, but stores the amperage in super-condensors rather than big, heavy batteries.
This stunning EV concept for the Frankfurt motor show by designer Andrey Trofimchuk of new Russian automaker Yo-Auto uses a petrol engine to generate power for its electric motors, but stores the amperage in super-condensors rather than big, heavy batteries.
This stunning EV concept for the Frankfurt motor show by designer Andrey Trofimchuk of new Russian automaker Yo-Auto uses a petrol engine to generate power for its electric motors, but stores the amperage in super-condensors rather than big, heavy batteries.
This stunning EV concept for the Frankfurt motor show by designer Andrey Trofimchuk of new Russian automaker Yo-Auto uses a petrol engine to generate power for its electric motors, but stores the amperage in super-condensors rather than big, heavy batteries.

This stunning EV concept was built for Frankfurt by new Russian automaker Yo-Auto.

This stunning EV concept was built for Frankfurt by new Russian automaker Yo-Auto.