Could this electric vehicle be the modern alternative to a horse? American company LyteHorse Labs reckons it has created the ultimate alternative to the long-faced, four-legged favourite with a new buggy which runs on electricity rather than hay.
The LyteHorse is a development of a golf buggy which costs £13,000 and is available with a massive list of extras, stretching from gun racks and winches to flashing lights. It’s available with two or four wheel drive, has a top speed of 35 mph and a range of 100 miles. It can even be fitted with a towbar.