|Body style||open body|
|Engine||7.5 hp electric|
|Length||133 in (332 cm)|
|Width||62 in (158 cm)|
|Height||61 in (155 cm)|
|Kerb weight||2,244 1b (1,020 kg).|
The ElecTraction Rickshaw is a open 1970s electric leisure vehicle built in the United Kingdom by ElecTraction from 1976 to 1979.
The Rickshaw is an ideal car for leisure It is one of a series of vehicles by ElecTraction a 4 or 5 seat open body design that give excellent visibilty for as the name sugests
hoilday resorts and use in simiar enviroments fitted with Shower pioof 'Surrey' Top.
The 7.5 hp electric motor is powered by 12 6 V lightweight traction batteries and has a thyristor controller with Sliding Battery Packs .Options for 12V Auxiliary Standby Battery lightweight Traction Batteries It is capable of 30 mph (50 km/h) and has a range between charges at that speed on level ground of 55-65 miles (88-105 km). charged with a floor standing charger unit for mains supply.
The Rickshaw has Independent Suspension with Telescopic Dampers on 13 x 50 Wheels and Radial Tyres ,hydraulic disc and drum brakes a shower-proof 'Surrey' top and ample picnic basket space.
Options include larger Laminated Windcreen and Two-speed Wipers front and side curtains along with alloy wheels also Surf Board Rack and Golf Club Carriers with Optional Radio.