The Future Is Here: Introducing the Electric Bricklin 3EV

Bricklin SV1, an obscure but fascinating car, has garnered a devoted following over the years. Now, the legacy continues with the introduction of the all-electric Bricklin 3EV. Created by entrepreneur Malcolm Bricklin through General Vehicles, the SV1 was a two-seater vehicle manufactured in Canada in the mid-1970s. Despite its short production run, the car featured distinctive gull-wing doors and advanced safety features, earning it the moniker “Safety Vehicle.” Following the success of the SV1, Bricklin went on to introduce brands like Subaru and Yugo to North America.

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the SV1, Bricklin has unveiled the 3EV with an estimated starting price of US$28,980. This fully enclosed two-seater boasts a revolutionary design with scissor doors and promises a range of over 275 miles. Safety remains a top priority in the 3EV, featuring advanced technologies such as collision-avoidance systems and full-body airbags. The stylish interior is equipped with modern amenities like touchscreen controls and a premium sound system.

Manufactured by Bricklin’s Visionary Vehicles brand in the US, the 3EV is set to revolutionize the electric vehicle market. With plans for a faster and longer-range 3EVX model at $38,980, the future looks bright for Bricklin enthusiasts. Stay tuned for updates on production and availability to experience the driving experience of the future with the Bricklin 3EV.


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