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Old 8th February 2020, 15:51   #16
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The Twizzy was available for test drives outside the Expo hall and we got a spin around each. Was fun to drive but we couldn't cross 40Km/hr. No power steering and power brakes meant we needed more time to adjust to the steering and braking. It's stiffly sprung and you feel the cobbles properly:
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A look at the seats. Yes this is a 2 seater and there's a small seat behind the driver:
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Interiors are basic and functional. Nothing fancy here:
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Basic dash with the drive controls on the left. It D, R and N. The N is selected by pressing both D and R together:
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It's a 2 seater and just like a bike the rear passenger legs are on both sides of driver. Which means the driver is effectively sitting on a seat in between the legs of passenger. As you can see in this pic, moderator Khan_sultan is not at his happiest here:
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He got his revenge a little later....:
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And so did Eddy....
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This is how the passenger has to sit:
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Disclaimer: No moderators were harmed during this short test drive.
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Old 16th November 2020, 12:36   #17
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Came across this through a link from another article..

Originally Posted by Vid6639 View Post
The Twizzy was available for test drives outside the Expo hall and we got a spin around each.
Did they say anything about launching it in India?.. or was this just some kind of showcase.
I imagine from safety aspect parents of college crowd would be pleased with such a car over a 2-wheeler... if priced correctly.
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