Vanderhall Venice - 3-wheel velomobile

European roads were full of three-wheel, so called velomobile, forever ago. Being more comfortable than bikes and less expensive than autos, they were practical in use and thus practically flooded the streets. Later, however, these means of transport decayed on appearance of cheaper cars and prospering economic period after the World War II.

Vanderhall Venice - 3-wheel velomobile

Today velomobiles are almost undiscovered by enthusiasts of the field. Vanderhall Venice has taken a 4-wheel concept and made a 3-wheel velo combining an exciting from driving a bike, stability and safety.

Vanderhall Venice - 3-wheel velomobile

2017 Vanderhall Venice for $29,950 is a completely modern car built in Provo, Utah by a team of enthusiasts. The foundation is a light and strong mono-aluminium frame carrying 1.4 liter 4-cylenter turbo charger GM Lov and 6-spd automatic gearbox. The body has retro-style and looks like Lotus 7. Pushrod suspender, breaks and three 18-in aluminium wheels just from the 21th century. A 1.373 lb Vanderhall Venice can show 0-60 mph just for 4.5 sec thanks to good capacity-weight ratio. Convenient ladle-shape seats come with large frames for additional safety.

Vanderhall Venice - 3-wheel velomobile

Turn on it and enjoy the voice of the Lov engine and put selector to Drive mode. It seems that you are on carting racing. The key thing is to be careful and avoid hollow spots on the road, as it will hard to avoid them with three wheels.

Vanderhall Venice - 3-wheel velomobile

Vanderhall Venice - 3-wheel velomobile

Vanderhall Venice - 3-wheel velomobile
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