The Meyers-Manx 2.0 is a modern EV with old-school attitude

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Car Design News chats with Freeman Thomas about a new Porsche-inspired electric dune buggy

The famous off-road buggy from the 1960s has been resurrected into a modern, electric car thanks to designer Freeman Thomas and company. 

“The Meyers Manx is really about driving fun,” Thomas says during the car’s debut at Soho House in Malibu, as guests sip cocktails at twilight on a deck above the shores of the Pacific Ocean.

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