As expected, Myers Motors has revealed their new two-seat model to the world, and it's a much slicker version of the long-in-the-tooth NMG. From the renderings sent to us by Myers, we can see that the vehicle does feature side-by-side seating and retains the NMG's quirky center-mounted headlight. The new car adds headlights on the sides of the vehicle and has a much more refined nose and swoop from front to top. We're also big fans of the new lines on the sides, which almost make the car look elegant enough to not be a motorcycle (but, with three wheels, this will indeed be classified as one).
The new vehicle – referred to in the past as the NMG2 but just called the "new two-passenger model" in the press release – has a top speed of 75 mph, a 60-mile range and will supposedly cost less than $30,000. Myers will also offer an upgraded 100-mile model. Both vehicles will use lithium-ion batteries and Myers is saying that the batteries will be good for 100,000 miles. Myers Motors president Dana Myers said that the new two-seater should begin production in the fourth quarter of 2010. More information will be released "over the next several weeks" on the Myers Motors website.