A combination of power-walking and sliding, cross-country skiing is an odd one. While it may seem glamorous, it’s a lot of work and takes huge physical strength to do with any semblance of skill. It’s one of those things that seems like a great idea until you, an actual human, has a go at doing it, falls over, snaps a bone/ligament and regrets the day you thought it’d be fun to try. This brings to mind the Renault Twizy.
Two people sit in a row, the acceleration is brisk and it’ll get round a corner better than you’d expect, but it also has granite dampers, plastic seats and no doors. You'll absolutely love it for about five minutes, but when you're dealing with hypothermia and impacted vertebrae, you'll wonder what the hell you were thinking.