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3-wheel electric - seems to have 4 wheels (like some Isseta microcars did years ago)

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Fascinating how progress is made. After that big financial problem, I read that the Aptera 3 is coming soon.  I have not seen any more than 1 Triac in 2004 but I guess they are out there.

 

This morning an article in Gizmag announced another 3-wheel electric car.  I thought someone may be interested:

http://www.gizmag.com/t3-motion-gt3-three-wheeler/15362/?utm_source=Gizmag+Subscribers&utm_campaign=f7b17a44c3-UA-2235360-4&utm_medium=email

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Pretty cool looking car.   Almost a 4-wheeler except the back 2 wheels are close together.  Pretty typical specs - 70 mph top speed with a range of 80-100 miles per charge, going for around $40k.  My only issue is that it's just a 2-seater.  Looks like a pretty sporty car, but not very practical.

 

Haven't heard anything about Aptera or the Triac in a while.  Hopefully that's good news, meaning that they're successfully delivering vehicles.

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I think this is the latest on the Aptera:

http://www.roadandtrack.com/auto_news/aptera-2e-production-version-unveiled

I have not heard anything from the Salinas plant about the Triac.

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