What it's like to drive ElectraMeccanica's three-wheeled Solo vehicle

Posted at 9:15 AM, Feb 08, 2021

ElectraMeccanica Vehicles Corp., a Vancouver, British Columbia-based electric vehicle maker, is debuting its Solo vehicle and making it available for test drives.

Test drives are now available for customers who have preordered vehicles or put down deposits, and will soon be offered to prospective customers at ElectraMeccanica retail locations.

ElectraMeccanica CEO Paul Rivera said the company has made a decision on where it will build its U.S. manufacturing plant, but he declined to reveal the location during an interview on Friday.

After a nationwide search,ElectraMeccanica named the Phoenix and Nashville areas as finalists for the plant that will build the Solo and future models. Sites in Mesa and Casa Grande were among the final options in the Valley.

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