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Thursday, January 7, 2016

Here she is the newest rich people's toys

Rich people usually want a different vehicle. Well, this unique 3-wheeled vehicles made in the United States that has a luxurious appearance might be the answer.

Recently, Vanderhall Motor Works has released 'New Laguna'. This vehicle comes with a more modern impression. The 3-wheeled car has two doors. Built around an aluminum frame, the car's body and roof piece are made of carbon fiber to keep kerb weight down to just 703 kg (1,550 lbs).
Vanderhall is the new kid on the block, but the Laguna looks like a well thought-out bit of design. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1JSqzMr)
The bodyweight of the vehicle becomes lighter 178 kg (392 lbs) more than the Morgan three wheeler, but the Laguna is an altogether more complicated and clever creation. And this 3-wheeled roadster uses a 1.4-liter VVTi engine that is able spewed the power up to 200 hp and torque of 271 Nm, together with a 6-speed automatic paddleshift.
The Laguna has a carbon fiber body and roof panel to keep weight down. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1JSqzMr)
The Laguna used the sports Toyo 235/35Z tires wrapped around 19-inch aluminum forged wheels up front, with 315/30Zs and a 20-inch wheel at the back. This vehicle is suitable for use in urban areas, and it also suited taken out of town. Well, for those of you who want to have it, in the United States the 3-wheeled car is going to be sold starting at US. $77,000, or about Rp.1 billion.
The car is much more sophisticated than the Morgan Three Wheeler that is its closest competitor. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1JSqzMr)
And for your driving comfort, the Laguna was attached many features, such as heated seats and full climate control inside to keep things comfortable on the move, as well as a 600-watt stereo system with bluetooth connectivity and clearly it's not a Caterham rival.
In fact, there aren't many rivals for something like the Laguna at all. Vanderhall says buyers are able to build their car from the ground up. We can't wait to get behind the wheel and see if the driving experience is as unique as the car's looks. ***. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | VANDERHALL | GIZMAG]
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