Bob Stuart December 31, 2015 10:16 AM I'd have thought a modern car would have streamlining, but I can assure you that the Morgan uses pneumatic tires, whereas the Penny Farthing has solid tires in two very different sizes. Bruce H. Anderson December 31, 2015 01:13 PM The eggcrate will be a royal pain to clean in the rear, and is really ugly up front. It is a fair-weather toy that could have been a nice daily driver with a little more effort. DavidB December 31, 2015 01:19 PM Gasoline is so 2015. Where's the EV model? wanderkip December 31, 2015 02:14 PM A bit nicer that the specs for Elio, but not worth 10x the price... ikarus342000 December 31, 2015 02:18 PM This is also a drawback. I get almost two Morgans for this price. To set this price more in perspective you get 11 ELIOS for this price. Please be a bit more realistic. Okay, the have no heated seats !?!? pwndecaf December 31, 2015 03:35 PM You will not ever get an Elio. My opinion. Martin Hone December 31, 2015 05:19 PM To compare this to the Morgan is ridiculous. The only thing they have in common is 3 wheels. The Morgan is a cycle car, this is a 3-wheeled car. Re-visit in 5, 10 or more years and we will see which has survived.... Douglas Bennett Rogers December 31, 2015 05:36 PM Should be bank-to-turn. firstname.lastname@example.org December 31, 2015 06:41 PM Holy Crap, Batman! 77-large for the ugliest pig on the block? Have you checked out the Polaris Slingshot? Much more bang for the buck, IMO. And a helluva lot better looking. For that $77K I think I'd opt for a new Vette, or maybe a new hotrod Mustang *and* a Slingshot! The author did not bother to tell us where this thing is made, but I finally found it in the last page fine-print of their website: Utah, USA. pickypilot December 31, 2015 07:40 PM Good grief! As others have said, just think what you could get for that kind of money. Not to mention, a whole lot better looking. That thing looks like you could shave with it.