Elio–How this Radical Car Missed its Chance to Change the World

I’ve been tracking the progress of the Elio for years https://www.eliomotors.com. Under its current configuration I think its window of opportunity has passed. I’ve also been tracking the progress of Arcimoto. If Elio had followed the Arcimoto all electric platform I think it still would have a niche. But a new vehicle based fully on an intenal combustion engine basis is antiquated thinking. By way of comparison, take a look at the Arcimoto https://www.arcimoto.com In my opinion, Elio would have to switch to full EV in-order to solicit enough interest from both investors and buyers alike. I hope they do. I personally prefer the Elio design but Arcimoto seems to be closer to reality. Best of Luck to both companies.

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