"The Vanderhall Speedster has one purpose\u2014to revel in the joy of solitary driving. Steve Hall, CEO of the Utah-based Vanderhall Motor Works, explained the Speedster this way: \u201cIt\u2019s a car for those times you just have to say, \u2018Hey, I\u2019ve just worked 12 hours straight. I\u2019m going to get out on the road and clear my head. I don\u2019t need anyone else with me. It\u2019s just me.\u2019\u201d\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nThe Speedster borrows style notes of 1960s British roadsters, adding in shark-gill openings. Where the old speedsters could button down a \u201ctonneau\u201d cover over the passenger side, the Speedster substitutes in composite panels with shark-gill openings. The added benefit of the passenger-less version is added storage for bags, so now you can take the Speedster on road trips. Another benefit? Losing the passenger seat drops the price roughly $3,000.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nVanderhall also cut down the Venice screen by almost half, replaced the aluminum uprights with stainless steel, and made the aero section behind the driver\u2019s head a little taller. A single roll bar was also added. A racing stripe from nose to tail was added over the Silver Vintage metallic paint. The interior features Saxony Brown upholstery.\r\n\r\nUnder the hood, the Speedster hides a turbocharged 1.4L four-cylinder engine, pushing the car with 180 horsepower. The engine is from GM, and is mated to a GM six-speed automatic with manual sequential shifting to drive the front wheels.\r\nCheck it out\r\nHave you subscribed to Man of Many? You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram."