Three-wheeled electric vehicle travels at freeway speeds
Serving as an ideal commuter car, four-door Bandit offers top speed of 70 mph. Measures about 11.5 ft. long, 5 ft. wide and 4.5 ft. high. Registers as a motorcycle in every state. Approved by U.S. Department of Transportation for legal operation on streets and highways. Seats four adult passengers or accepts 1,500-lb. payload. Back seat folds down for transporting cargo. Runs on 35-hp ac motor and 72-volt batteries. Recharges on standard 110-volt household current, ready to travel up to 140 miles on a single charge. Features fiberglass body, sun roof, three-point safety belts, hydraulic brakes with regenerative braking, heater and defroster, LED headlights, AM-FM radio, CD player and more. Said to cost just 10 cents a day to operate. EVA-USA, Fullerton, Calif.