Suman M Subramanian
Awesome! Reminiscent of the Venture 1 (though obviously not a trike), but apparently much closer to production. Now if they can just add air conditioning, I\'ll consider buying one here in Arizona. :)
Seems strange not to mention that the ZeroTracer is essentially the same Peraves machine as the two E-Tracers that are taking part in the Progressive X-Prize in the USA - especially since Gizmag has written about them very recently! I had the pleasure and privilege of driving the first of the Peraves E-Tracers around the Brno GP track last July, and it is an awesome vehicle. PNB, London

About time they got rid of the messy, hot, smelly engine and put in EV drive. It\'s a perfect vehicle for EV\'s, light, aerodynamic gets great mileage from a small battery pack. On 18kwhrs it should go over 300 miles at 70mph or less. If it can\'t they designed it wrong.
But there is not a chance in h-ll that it weighs 80kg!! I\'m building my own version now and the tires, chassis weight almost that. An 18kw lithium battery weight more than 80kg itself.
Mr Stiffy
I like it - it\' sensible, efficient and light.
this \"bike\" looks like a real winner, all the vids I have seen show nothing I did not like
Kenny Andersen
electric smetric. It\'s a great vehicle with an ICE -- leave it alone
Jerry -- I see you\'re still pushing the electric dream (or is that a nightmare) blah blah blah. Still not ready for prime time -- too bad the rest of the world isn\'t as smart as you -- all those problems would be solved!! HA!
Harpal Sahota
Great design configurations... just two questions:

(a) Whats the handling like in snowy conditions, and if you need to unwind the window to clear the rearview wing mirror, how do you go about it?
(b) You driving along the motorway, and suddenly traffic goes to a snails pace... do the stabilisers automatically come out from the sides?

Nice & practical everything else thou!

Welldone Guys.
\"Without passengers the vehicle weighs less than 80kg (176-lbs)\" This is complete and utter nonsense. Don\'t know how I missed it before. I know for a fact that this vehicle weighs well over half a tonne! (500kgs ) That\'s over 1100lbs in yank-speak. PNB
- You're right, it is the body of the vehicle that weighs less than 80kg and not the entire vehicle. Thanks for picking this up and it's been fixed. Ed.
b. ozar
very nice clean design, if commercialised (even in kit form) with reasonable amount I would be definitely interested. well done
Kevin Thomas
None of any of this means a dammed thing if the vehicles never make it to production.. It's just another toy if it's not realistically priced and can't make it into production to suit the needs of the general public ...Time for Americans to get something progressive and technically new in the way of transportation...But just as badly as something is needed on the west coast (sunny weather). So is something needed on the east coast but for all the seasons...EV's have to step up and have to provide for all in all environments...How about this same vehicle as a trike for the east coast with either a wide single tire in the back or two in the back ??? I'm a huge fan of all of these new and creative EV's and trike's coming forth these last few years but it is sad also seeing them go no where because they are just not practical in price or in general use for the multitudes...Would be GREAT!!! to see something actually make it off a drawing board or out of proto-type stage I'm so sick of hearing about this or that new proto-type then a couple months go by and next you hear the thing was placed in the garbage bin some where...WTF...