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AutoWeek breaks the news: Devoted followers of the Corbin Sparrow, an electric-powered three-wheeler shaped like a hearing aid, will be delighted to know their half-car of choice is making a comeback. A new company, Myers Motors, has assumed building of the Sparrow from its bankrupt parent. The new version, dubbed NmG (no more car) has been revamped, with an all-new drivetrain and upgraded interior. According to AW, all that newness added $10,000 to the former price of $14,000. Can the purists handle an extra $200 a month in car payments? Stay tuned.

Return of the Sparrow [AutoWeek]

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