With the continuing rise of oil prices and carbon-based pollution choking our air, we are increasingly in need of a solution. Major automotive manufacturers and energy producers have absolutely no motivation to resolve these problems. Paul Elio defies this lack of ecological and economic innovation held by these cartels with the development of the anti-car, the Elio – a groundbreaking approach to solving the economic and ecological problems of our carbon-fuel-based culture in this interview with George Noory.
A few short years ago, automotive enthusiast Paul Elio sized up the prevailing status quo of personal transportation. He saw the soaring costs of the vehicles we drive and fuel prices spike to record highs. He also saw Americans struggling with an economy that was taking too much and giving back too little. That is when he decided that the world was ready for something radically new: A three-wheeled masterpiece of automotive brilliance that bears his name.