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Year 2021


Model SOLO

Trim -

Drivetrain RWD

Transmission AUTOMATIC

Engine -

Mileage 1,235

Doors 2

Exterior Color WHITE

Interior Color BLACK


Stock No. 12764C

Vehicle Equipment List

Vehicle Description

Say hello to the 2021 Electra Meccanica Solo, an odd-looking, three-wheel EV that seats one person and is the ultimate commuter car. So, leave the wife, the kiddos and the friends behind because there’s no squeezing anyone – other than yourself – into the Solo.Calling the Meccanica Solo quirky is a huge understatement. It tosses conformity out the window. The driver resides in an enclosed cockpit and the car’s shape tapers to a slim rear end and a single rear wheel. The Solo is just over 10 feet long and measured from the front wheels, it’s 57.5 inches wide.Despite the peculiarities, many urban dwellers might consider driving the two-door Solo a big upgrade when compared to a motorcycle, scooter or bicycle. And unlike the aforementioned, there’s no helmet required to drive the Solo, which is licensed as a motorcycle.Safety is certainly an added concern when driving the lightweight 1,735-pound Solo, yet it does offer some protection. It comes standard with front and rear crumple zones, side impact protection, a roll bar, and some power-limiting tech to keep the vehicle on the ground.The Solo has a 17.3-kWh lithium-ion battery and has a range of 100 miles before a charge is needed. Using a Level 2, 240-volt charger takes about three hours to fully power up. Using a standard home 110-volt outlet takes approximately 6 hours. Note that a Level 3 fast charger can’t be used.The Solo has an 82-horsepower AC synchronous electric motor that generates 128 pound-feet of torque. Perhaps due to its lightweight, it’s faster than some might expect, going 0-60 mph in roughly 10 seconds and topping out at 80 mph. Obviously, the Solo is easy to maneuver and parking is ridiculously simple. It also offers respectable cornering.

Although comfort, leg, and head room are average, seating can be an issue for larger folks. Cargo space is a mere 5 cubic feet in the rear trunk. There’s also a smaller front trunk. The Solo interior has many typical standard features like seat control adjustments, power steering and brakes, keyless entry, power windows and mirrors, AM-FM stereo, and Bluetooth connectivity. But there’s no built-in navigation system or Apple CarPlay or Android Auto integration.

For folks who enjoy seating that’s close to the ground, the Solo accommodates. That gives the driver a unique visual perspective.

Two side mirrors and a backup video camera  guides you when in reverse. Obviously, the Solo is easy to maneuver and parking is ridiculously simple. It also offers respectable cornering. come see it for yourself on our showroom floor

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