At the IAA motor show in Munich, small electric cars resembling microcars from the 1960s were on display. Swiss firm Micro showcased its Microlino, a small battery-powered vehicle that has a range of 230 kilometers and can be charged via a house plug in four hours. Another car, the Yoyo by Italian-Chinese start-up XEV, has a range of 150 kilometers. These cars are aimed at Europe and could be used as a second family car or for city driving. However, there are concerns about their appeal due to the price and lack of electric vehicle subsidies.