The Carice Mk1 is an all-electric, open-topped model from the Netherlands
In its most powerful form, the Mk1's electric motor generates 54bhp
A slimmed-down junior version of the Mk1 is available for drivers over 16
Order books for the Carice Mk1 have already opened
Carice cars is the Netherland's newest niche car manufacturer
The firm's first model, the Carice Mk1, is an open-top retro-styled electric car and costs from €26,620 (or £21,358). An initial production run of ten cars is planned.
Weighing in at less than 350kg, the Mk1 can be offered in two states of tune with either 20bhp or 54bhp. The higher-powered motor can also be specified with a range-extending engine, while the model has a top speed of 62mph.
Carice says its Mk1 can travel up to 70 miles on a single charge, and can be recharged in just two hours.
A special junior version of the car, with power reduced to 5bhp, is available for drivers between 16 and 18 years of age.
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