April 20 2020, 12.12pmUpdated: June 1 2020, 7.59pm
It was the single-seat vehicle which was billed as the future of transport.
In 1985, British entrepreneur Sir Clive Sinclair unveiled the £399 electrically-powered pedal car the C5.
He had invented pocket radios, pocket TVs, electronic watches, and Britain’s biggest-selling home computers, which were manufactured at Timex in Dundee.
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