Dynasty Motorcar Corp., Kelowna, B.C, recently stages a “drive and ride” in Pasadena, CA, where Californians experience the company's Dynasty IT low speed vehicle (LSV). Unlike many competing so-called NEVs (neighborhood electric vehicles), the Dynasty IT enjoys much less of a golf cart look. Penned by Canadian designer Paul Deutschman, the IT features an enclosed design with real doors and laminated safety glass windows and windshields. LSVs have achieved a greater importance of late, ...
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