Vanderhall Motor Works is offering test-drives and vehicle sales during Daytona Bike Week 2019.
“Daytona is the perfect venue for people to experience the in-the-wind excitement of Vanderhall auto-cycles,” said Vanderhall Marketing Director Daniel Boyer. “Test-drives of our flagship Venice model will be available throughout Bike Week, and we will also have the Venice and its one-seat Speedster variant available for purchase on-site. Plus, our luxurious new Carmel model will be on display and available to pre-order.”
All Vanderhall auto-cycles are manufactured in Utah using primarily American-sourced components. The vehicles’ aluminum monocoque chassis and weldless tab/slot grilles are created in-house and are also a few of the patented parts that help comprise the exciting Vanderhall line.
The Vanderhall Venice is a two-seater auto-cycle that is becoming popular with “bagger” enthusiasts who want the open-air experience but who prefer greater stability and protection offered by a three-wheeler. With a base price of $29,950, the Venice also allows couples to travel side by side at a comparable cost to a full-dresser Harley. The one-seat Speedster version of the Venice lowers entry-level MSRP to $26,950, with a curb weight of only 1,430 pounds. Production of the Silver Vintage Metallic Speedster is limited to 250 vehicles.
The new Vanderhall Carmel adds comfort and convenience to the Venice platform. Suicide doors ease ingress/egress and add additional shoulder and hip room.
Further, the Carmel features the GM 1.5L turbocharged LFV engine. This raises horsepower to 200, more than a 10 percent increase over the Venice’s 180-hp 1.4L turbo. Other refinements include an upscale two-channel/two-speaker Bluetooth sound system with an amplifier and a Carmel-specific 19-inch wheel. Four unique colors are offered for the Carmel: Silver Vintage Metallic, Poseidon Blue Metallic, Ruby Metallic, and Pearl White. Carmel MSRPs start at $39,950.
Vanderhall Motor Works will be exhibiting at Daytona International Speedway throughout Bike Week 2019 March 8 – March 17.