Dezeen Debate features an electric car that will "change urban congestion permanently"

The latest edition of our Dezeen Debate newsletter features an electric car created by design studio Roth Architecture in Tulum. Subscribe to Dezeen Debate now.

Tulum-based Roth Architecture has designed an electric car using local materials to reduce the environmental impact of fossil fuel transportation.

Readers discussed the vehicle, with one praising it as a “beautiful little car”.

Another added that “narrow cars will change urban congestion permanently” as they could “double or triple the capacity of every lane on every highway in cities and elsewhere in the world – at no cost for infrastructure”.

Rendering of the entrance to Pagani Residences
Why are luxury car brands suddenly building skyscrapers?

Other stories in this week’s newsletter that fired up the comments section include a report on the increase of skyscrapers revealed by luxury car makers by Dezeen’s Nat Barker, UK architecture practice Heatherwick Studio’s plans for a park with “floating islets” in Seoul and Italian design studio Pininfarina’s first collectible furniture object.

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Dezeen Debate is sent every Thursday and features a selection of the best reader comments and most talked-about stories. Read the latest edition of Dezeen Debate or subscribe here.

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