The Tiny Folding Car That Can Go Anywhere

April 29 (Bloomberg) -- Increased urban density is ushering in an entirely new class of electric vehicles designed for commuters. They're called last-mile-vehicles -- designed for folks who need wheels primarily to get them from the subway or train station to their office and then back home again. Enter Urb-E -- a folding electric vehicle that can go 20 miles on a single charge.

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20:48 - David Kirkpatrick, chief executive officer at Techonomy, and Bloomberg's Cory Johnson preview Tesla earnings and discuss the outlook for the company. They speak to Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)
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