Belumbury Presents its DANY City Car

/ Comments

Italian class comes in small packages.

One of the newest Italian automakers recently debuted its stylish electric city car at the Milan International Motorcycle Show (EICMA), where the diminutive two-door vehicle managed to gatecrash the two-wheeled event. Available as both a pure-electric quadricycle (a category it occupies due to the 59mph top speed) or with a two-cylinder 500cc gasoline engine, the electric Dany has an AC motor that drives the wheels and that's fed by a 16.3kWh lithium iron phosphate battery.

Its capacity is 13hp and 103lb-ft of torque, offering a 112-mile range in Eco mode and 90 miles in Race mode. The chassis is a steel tube construction with composite plastic bodies, and it has reasonable technology in the form of 4-wheel disc brakes and MacPherson struts suspension.

An 8.4-meter turning radius is possible in the rear-wheel-drive, and there seems to be a well-finished interior more than comfortable for city dwellers to zip around town in. Availability and price has not been mentioned by the Rome-based manufacturer but distribution is likely to be limited to Europe.

9 Amazing Continuation Cars
9 Amazing Continuation Cars
Track-Weapon Warfare: GMA T.50s Niki Lauda Vs. Pagani Huayra R
Track-Weapon Warfare: GMA T.50s Niki Lauda Vs. Pagani Huayra R

Join The Discussion