Vanderhall Carmel Autocycle

Oct 22, 2018

Category: Rides

When you think of three-wheelers, more often than not the image of the famous childhood toy comes to mind, but Vanderhall’s creations will change that. The Vanderhall brand specializes in building powerful three-wheel autocycles that are an absolute blast to drive. They found success with their Venice model a couple of years ago and now they’re back with a brand new autocycle toy for grown men dubbed Carmel.

With a wider cabin, front entry doors, and a removable canvas cap shade, this three-wheeler is a luxurious ride. At the heart of the vehicle is a 1.5L four-cylinder turbocharged engine coupled with a six-speed automatic transmission, sitting on 19-inch wheels. It handles well with electric power steering and traction control. Taking a look inside the cabin, there’s a beautiful wooden steering wheel, rustic tan V-Tex upholstery, heated seats, and a Bluetooth-enabled sound system. Christmas came early with this three-wheel ride. You can reserve yours now for $1,000.

Purchase: $40,000

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