I was doing a bit of googling the other day and came across a very interesting new link that I don't think has been seen or discussed on here before (my apologies if it has).
A UK company called Hesketh Motorcycles would appear to be offering the following and I quote;
'Hesketh Motorcycles Ltd is delighted to announce its entry into the electric vehicle market with its new 'HZE-Vectrix' zero emission scooter...' so that leaves me to assume only one thing; this is the company that have bought the rights to Vectrix as we knew it.
If you get a chance, have a look at http://www.heskethmotorcycles.net/index.php?p=home as there are more details on there. I will certainly be siging up for their newsfeed!
It would appear that they are tied to an all British company called Broom Engineering whom you can have a look at here; http://www.broom.engineering.btinternet.co.uk/ It makes for an interesting read also.
I hope that this means that there IS a future for those of us with Vectrii (plural of Vectrix?) and also for those wanting an entirely new HZE-Vectrix...
Let me know what you think!
Beady-eye Drew (BDIDrew)