Whatever your take on three-wheeled cars, whether you think they look sleek or just plain weird, there’s a company that wants to convince you they’re worth the investment in more ways than one, and that company may be coming to Orlando soon with a new manufacturing plant. Electra Meccanica
is a Canadian-based producer of micro-cars, powered by batteries and electricity. But for a company that began in 2015, their star is quickly rising from the assembly lines of British Columbia to the part stations in Los Angeles and hopefully to a building near you in Central Florida.
Seven cities are the current contenders for Electra Meccanica, but at a time of Great Depression level unemployment rates, whether they choose Denver, Fort Worth, Nashville, Phoenix, Raleigh-Durham, or Spartanburg, South Carolina over our city beautiful, the company will end up providing almost 200 workers with jobs at better pay than the average.
The car that Electra Meccanica would continue building here, if they chose Orlando, is called the SOLO, which comes with a great marketing brand…
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So would YOU drive a three-wheeled car?
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