Why would you buy an e-bike when you can get a small car for £6,000?

Quadricycles provide a roof, passenger seat, and seatbelts - but - you won't enjoy the wind in your hair

A DoGood Zero quadricycle (L) and an electric cargo bike (R)
(Image credit: Dogood / Getty Images)

The electric Dogood Zero has a range of 50 miles. It’s designed to help reduce congestion in our towns and cities and to offer a more sustainable way for us to get about - and all for under £6,000, that’s just £500 more than the Specialized Turbo Porto e-bike, unveiled by the US brand earlier this month. 

The Dogood Zero, however, is not an e-bike. It’s a quadricycle.

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