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Vanderhall is bringing back the passion of roadster motoring.

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Vanderhall "V" shield.

Exotic textiles, carbon fiber/mono aluminum chassis and creature comforts mated with an unparalleled performance in tarmac management combine to bring an exclusive, exiting and passionate ride.

It's creator, Stephen Hall, comes from a family of innovators and inventors. His grandfather, H.T. Hall was an American physical chemist, and the first person who grew a synthetic diamond, using a press of his own design.

Over the last five decades, the Hall family has created a modern Edison labs. They have refined, patented, and licensed hundreds of groundbreaking innovations leading to billions of dollars in revenue, enabling the incubation needed for this fine motoring experience.

Vanderhall Motor Works displayed its innovative Edison2 auto-cycle at CES 2018. This vehicle combines two of the most progressive trends in motoring: electric-vehicle (EV) drive and three-wheeled excitement.

(source: Vanderhall)

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Vanderhall logo.

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