Meyers Manx, a name synonymous with beach culture and dune racing, began as the vision of one multifaceted Californian, Bruce F. Meyers. An engineer, artist, boat builder, surfer, and an all-around charismatic individual, Bruce brought his dream to life in 1964 with the creation of the original buggy, ‘Old Red’. Now almost 60 years later, Meyers Manx is continuing to evolve its brand with the release of its all-new Restorer NEV platform. The Meyers Manx Resorter has been reinvented and redesigned for the urban adventure. This long-wheelbase buggy brings an electric innovation with a torquey, twin-motor electric drivetrain that meets the current Neighborhood Electric Vehicle (NEV) standards. Its limited top speed of 25 mph aligns perfectly with its city-centric appeal.
At its core, the new Meyers Manx Resorter is more than just an electric buggy; it’s a work of engineering art. Built with an aluminum monocoque chassis, four-wheel independent wishbone suspension, and pouch-cell lithium-ion batteries, it offers an impeccable alternative to mainstream NEVs. Additionally, its standard features like A/C, heating, power steering, and regenerative braking showcase modern amenities. Ideal not only for family adventures but also for hotel shuttle duty and fleet usage in sunny climates, the Resorter is set to take the streets by storm. Its brisk acceleration and hill-climbing ability position the Meyers Manx Resorter as a groundbreaking choice for those looking to combine leisure with functionality. With a base price of $49,000, the Meyers Manx Restorer NEV is currently available for pre-order with a $500 deposit.
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