Meyers Manx has unveiled the Resorter Neighborhood Electric Vehicle (NEV) at 'The Quail, A Motorsports Gathering.’
The Manx Resorter NEV boasts a four-passenger capacity and is powered by a twin-motor electric drivetrain and lithium batteries. The company said it's designed for local exploration and electronically limited by NEV regulations to 25 mph.
The Resorter NEV has been developed in parallel with the Meyers Manx 2.0 Electric Vehicle. The Resorter NEV shares key components with the 2.0 and will be capable of exploring large ranches just as well as the coastal communities they developed the vehicle for.
Resorter NEV Highlights:
- A streamlined aluminum monocoque chassis.
- Advanced LED lighting, a smart dashboard and Easter eggs referencing the company's history.
- Features a detachable roof, upcoming zip-down window doors, standard electric A/C, a foldable windshield and wheels ready for any terrain.
- Personalization options with a range of exterior colors, eco-friendly interior materials and front seat designs.
This modern reinterpretation of a 1970s vehicle was first introduced on Thursday August 17 to a select group of Meyers Manx enthusiasts at the Trousdale House in Monterey, California.
The Resorter NEV starts at $49,000 and the Manx 2.0 at $74,000.