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Congress approves three-wheelers for DOE funds

Aptera 2e final design rendering - Click above to enlarge

Russian taxi company adds Carver to fleet

Carver One for taxi duty - Click above for a high-res image gallery

Piaggio Ape reintroduced to UK market

Perodua UK Limited, the importer of Piaggio Commercial Vehicles, has just announced that it's bringing the classic three-wheeled Ape back to the UK market. First introduced way back in 1948, the Ape (pronounced, ap-ey, FWIW, which is Italian for "bee." Vespa is Italian for "wasp") is based on the front end of a scooter but features an enclosed cabin for weather protection and two wheels out back.

Why do so many green cars have only three wheels?

You may have noticed that a lot of new "green" cars not only lack a large carbon footprint but they also seem to be missing something else; a fourth wheel. Recently the three-wheel configuration has been appearing in various forms of vehicles, from the space-age Aptera to the a-bit-more-than-a-motorcycle Piaggio Mp3. With this