The seller has five of the oddly-shaped three-wheelers--now known as the less catchy E-Runner Y-Cycle--left in stock, and all are selling for a much more reasonable $13,700--not far off half of the original suggested price.
The front-wheel drive vehicle can apparently reach a top speed of 70 mph, and now claims a range of 110 miles from its lead-acid batteries. Lithium batteries are also available, which knock the top speed up to 83 mph.
Styling is unchanged from the original Triac, which means a fairly bland front end, swoopy side profile and raised rear, looking a little like a low-budget Aptera 2e.
The interior doesn't look particularly inviting either, but beggars can't be choosers with a brand new, inexpensive electric car.