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Go ahead, be crazy. Let your hair down. Wear interesting clothes. Most of all, buy a fun car like the Vanderhall Venice. Let your hair blow in the wind and scoff at all the norms in their Camrys and CR-Vs. Laugh at the vanilla lives of Dockers wearers. Most of all, reach of the end of your life without any regrets for having played it safe and let opportunities to express yourself pass you by. What do you need a basic life for anyway?

We’ve all moaned about the future’s inability to bring us our promised jet packs and flying cars, but we’ve been granted a very different kind of freedom by today’s technology. After all, today’s apps and services mean you can rely on a car less, don’t need to buy a truck just to use the bed a few times a year, can have all your food delivered to your front door. At this point, a vehicle can possibly be considered a luxury and a fun toy. And if that’s the case, have some damn fun with it!

Which brings us neatly to the Vanderhall Venice. This is a vehicle that knows how to have fun. 3 wheels (and we know 3 is the magic number), a big engine up front, not a whole lot out back, and an open cockpit to let your silly grin shine for the whole world. Propulsion is done by a General Motors 4 cylinder turbo pumping out 180 hp, and this whole vehicle only weighs 1450lbs soaking wet. Beyond the numbers, I can tell you from experience that the Venice is a quick little sprite and blasting down the road just a few inches off the tarmac is a feeling with no equal.

Lest you think fun is all this car can do, I’ve already proven you wrong. I enjoyed the Venice for a week while I went surfing:

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Moved house:

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Painted a room:

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And went to the airport:

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Tell me again why you need a car with doors, a roof, and 4 wheels. Tell me again how Lyft and Grubhub and Uhaul don’t have you covered for every situation where a fun car like the Vanderhall wouldn’t work. That’s right, you can’t. So stop denying it, and let yourself go crazy.

Adam Kaslikowski
About the Author

Co-founder and CEO of FactoryTwoFour. I enjoy writing about all factors of this lifestyle of ours. If I'm not writing or running F24, you can generally find me in the garage tinkering on a vintage car or motorcycle. If you need anything from me, try bribing with Randy's Donuts first.

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