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Hopeful!!!
#1
Is this still in the pipeline?
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(08-31-2016, 05:40 AM)paravil Wrote: Is this still in the pipeline?
Apparently it is.
At the bottom of this page: https://electrameccanica.com/electrameccanica/ they show that they're still taking refundable $1000 deposits.
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#3
+ there was some mention of a speed upgade (hope I remembered this correctly)?
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#4
"This beauty will be street legal, but you’ll want to take a race car driving course (on us) before getting behind the wheel."
(Quote from: http://electrameccanica.com/product/supe.../?top-menu)
I couldn't find anything specific on the actual performance or speed though.
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#5
EM is already taking $1000 reservation deposits on the Super Solo.  It's out of my price range at $100K.

Kroll said the Solo's off the line is governed at 0-60mph in 8 seconds, but can be tweaked to 1.8 seconds, which is quick enough for me.  I'll have to keep the lid on my coffee cup as it is.
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#6
Suppose I´ll find out about its `tweakability´ soon after I get mine home ...
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#7
Is that all?
Jeez... The fastest production car in existence right now does 0-60mph in 2.2!  Big Grin
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#8
Is this a photo of a high performance Solo prototype?


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(11-27-2016, 12:43 AM)Rickb Wrote: Is this a photo of a high performance Solo prototype?

I don't think that this is the SuperSolo prototype, but it clearly has fatter, stickier front tires, which gives it a wider stance.  Assuming there is enough clearance at the rear to install a wider rear tire, there is reason to hope that some decent high-performance mods may be possible.
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#10
Not the SuperSolo body panels,  but the Solo's frunk is filled with some potentially high performance looking modifications that could be a supersolo drive train prototype.  It could be all wheel drive and the reason for the grippy front tires. The safety cage looks like a beefed up engineering modification as well.
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