Electric vehicles were front and center at the Geneva Motor Show as Audi previewed its e-tron crossover and Porsche unveiled the Mission E Cross Turismo. Jaguar also introduced its first electric vehicle, while Hyundai took the wraps off the Kona Electric.
While most of the attention was focused on mainstream brands, FOMM (First One Mile Mobility) used to the show to introduce three concepts. The most interesting of the trio is the AWD Sports concept which is a compact two seat roadster which features LED headlights, a short windscreen and scissor doors. A few steps later, you arrive at the back of the car and see a nearly vertical fascia and a small diffuser.
FOMM didn’t have much about the model but the interior is incredibly stylish as it features exposed carbon fiber and a large metal center console. We can also see a bulky steering wheel and carbon fiber shelled seats with leather and Alcantara upholstery. Drivers will also find a digital instrument cluster and a widescreen infotainment system.
Power is provided by four in-wheel electric motors which produce a combined output of 27 PS (20 kW) and 1,120 Nm (825 lb-ft) of torque. They are feed by four lithium-ion batteries which each have a capacity of 2.96 kWh.
The company’s second concept is an all-wheel drive scooter which has an eye-catching design thanks to its black and white exterior with blue accents. It has two 2.96 kWh lithium-ion batteries which power two electric motors that develop a combined output of 10 PS (7.5 kW) and 420 Nm (309 lb-ft) of torque.
Lastly, the Concept One is a compact electric vehicle with a front fascia inspired by Japanese Kabuki makeup. The car holds four, presumably tiny, people and can transport them up to 160 km (99 miles) on a single charge.