Welcome back to another Tech Tuesday, after the long holidays, we are back to giving you updates on spectacular Tech Automobiles that may soon take over the world like Pinky and the Brain.
Apparently, it is crystal clear that virtually every Carmaker offers models that deploy technology in unabashed pursuit of energy efficiency and reduced environmental impact. This leads us to the emergence of the Vanderhall Edison, a handbuilt Autocycle motor industry based in Provo, Utah. Their models: Venice, Edison and Laguna are super fitted with amazing performance advantages, offering an electric powertrain in line with a focus on innovation as well as effortless performance.
Speaking on the performance, the Marketing Director said: “Our Venice model is already incredibly nimble, and the Edison is the quickest Vanderhall we have ever produced.”
The Edison wraps its composite body around a rigid, lightweight aluminum frame, with two drive wheels up front and a single rear wheel attached with a motorcycle-style swing arm. A pair of electric motors sends 134 kilowatts (180 horsepower) to those front tires, juiced by a 30-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery pack. That’s roughly half the battery capacity of a Chevy Bolt or a Tesla, but the Edison has a claimed curb weight of just 645 kilograms (1,400 pounds).
The Edison model consists of quite a number of Standard Features, from an Aluminium Mono Frame to an Electric Power steering. With its open top, you can imagine it could get pretty chilly in the Vanderhall Edison, depending on where you live.
With productions and deliveries expected to roll out in the second quarter of 2018, the company is currently taking reservations for the Vanderhall Edison before the delivery date.