One seat, three wheels: The Vanderhall Venice Speedster

The Vanderhall Venice Speedster is one unique machine. And one is exactly the number of people who can sit in this thing.

Vanderhall has taken its entry-level Venice model and removed a seat. Then a bit of extra bodywork has been applied, and the result is a vehicle called the Venice Speedster. Power still comes from a GM-sourced Ecotec engine. The front wheels are still the drive wheels. And the price is well-under $30,000.

A lot for a toy, but not crazy relative to the other three-wheelers on the market. Is it any good? Watch and see what we have to say

[Disclaimer: Vanderhall tossed me the keys to the Venice Speedster and included a tank of fuel. Then sent it back to me after fixing the bump shifter, so I could have another go.]

By |2019-08-13T08:08:26+00:00August 13th, 2019|Reviews, Video Reviews|13 Comments

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