With the transportation industry in a constant state of flux, the Vanderhall 'Laguna' three wheel car comes as a new update to the tri-wheel vehicle. Aside from being ruggedly good looking, the Vanderhall 'Laguna' three wheel car is a sports car that's designed to move. The carbon fiber exterior is lightweight yet strong, which yields higher speeds without compromising safety.
The Vanderhall 'Laguna' three wheel car features a turbocharged 1.4-liter VVTi engine that's capable of providing 200-horsepower for speeding through a variety of conditions. Ample torque (271 Nm) and a responsive paddleshift gearbox makes the vehicle ready to provide exceptional handling when on the open road.
Priced at $77,000, the Vanderhall 'Laguna' is finished with heated seats, a surround sound stereo with Bluetooth and more for driver/passenger comfort.
The Vanderhall 'Laguna' Three Wheel Car is Crafted from Carbon Fiber
1. Tri-wheel Vehicles - The market for tri-wheel vehicles is growing as they offer the same high speeds as a car, but with a smaller carbon footprint, offering opportunities for new vehicle manufacturers to enter the market
2. Lightweight Carbon Fiber Vehicles - Carbon fiber is being increasingly used in vehicle designs due to its lightweight yet strong properties, offering significant fuel efficiency improvements and creating opportunities for manufacturers in the automotive and aerospace industries
3. Turbocharged Engine Sports Cars - The trend for high-performance, turbocharged engine sports cars continues to grow as consumers seek speed and power, presenting opportunities for automotive companies to innovate in engine technology and design
1. Automotive - The automotive industry can benefit from the trend for tri-wheel and lightweight carbon fiber vehicles, by exploring new designs to offer consumers more eco-friendly and efficient modes of transportation
2. Aerospace - The aerospace industry can leverage the use of carbon fiber materials in the manufacture of aircraft to create lighter, more fuel-efficient planes, which can lead to significant savings in fuel costs
3. Consumer Electronics - Consumer electronics companies can collaborate with automotive manufacturers to integrate smart technologies in sports cars, such as advanced infotainment systems and augmented reality displays for a personalized and immersive driving experience