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.]