I have named the Tango as being near the top of my list for what I'd
actually consider buying, if I was loaded with enough money to
consider a Tesla.
Doesn't it look like the sort of thing that could perhaps be
integrated into some sort of ferrying strategy? I've always thought
that it pretty much solved my basic complaint with a 2-wheeler, since
it's almost as small as a motorcycle, but it offers a good enclosure
(for safety) and with four wheels is much harder to tip over than it
looks (keep in mind the stabalizing influence of very heavy batteries
located very close to the ground).
With such heavy batteries, it could not easily be ferried here and
there, but overall I think it would fall approximately in the area of
motorcycles as far as the "class" of ferry-technology suitable for it.
Maybe in this group part of our discussion could be to iron out the
concept of overall ferrying framework. All limited-occupant-number
transporters (from one to a few people) could in theory be designed
with some eye toward ferrying, and then it's a matter of designing the
ferries and specifying which level of transportation they would
accomodate and on what sort of route. It's also a matter I guess of
the tough economic analysis to try to figure out the myriad issues as
to which installations of which technology will be viable and
desireable in which situations.