It’s time to take the autocycle seriously. While the three-wheeled vehicle — a mix between a car and motorcycle — has been lauded for its energy efficiency, it hasn’t been adopted by motorists, mostly because it seemed aesthetically confused. Not anymore.
The Vanderhall Venice is the three-wheeled world’s first must-own, outfitted with a hand-made carbon-composite body, a front-wheel drive, four-cylinder engine and a convertible’s good looks. And this puppy can fly, reaching speeds of 60 km/h in under five seconds.