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Vanderhall Announces 28 New Dealerships Globally

The strategic appointments of these additional dealers gives the Utah-headquartered autocycle manufacturer more than 50 stores selling its high-performance three-wheel roadsters.

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Vanderhall Motor Works announced the addition of twenty-eight new dealerships to its ever-growing global retail network. The strategic appointments of these additional dealers gives the Utah-headquartered autocycle manufacturer more than 50 stores selling its high-performance three-wheel roadsters.

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“We have experienced record growth in 2019,” said Jeff Whaley, Vanderhall VP of sales and operations. “Thanks to our growing dealer network, our total business is up 65% this year, and all of our 2019 models have been delivered. In an industry that has seen a decline, we are experiencing growth. We are proud that our autocycle is performing well in our market.”

Vanderhall dealers will also benefit from an increased product line in 2019-2020.  The current production priority is the all-new 2020 Vanderhall Carmel, a luxurious model with suicide doors and provisions for a sunshade. It will be powered by the next-gen GM 1.5L turbocharged I-4 engine.  The all-electric Vanderhall Edison² variant of the Venice platform will also appear in dealerships in the coming weeks. The Vanderhall Edison² has twin-electric front-drive motors will produce the equivalent of 240 lb.-ft. of torque and 180 horsepower in a vehicle with a 1,400-pound curb weight. Acceleration from 0 – 60 mph is projected to be 4.0 seconds, and the 30-kilowatt lithium battery pack will provide an estimated maximum range of 200 miles.

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