There’s a new single-seater EV coming from Canada and it will be on display at CES next week.

The one-up electric Solo is from upstart Canadian automaker Electra Meccanica. The company is planning to preview the Solo at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas on Jan. 9.

“We are looking forward to offering a sneak peek at the SOLO to as many people as possible during these world-class events,” said Jerry Kroll, CEO of Electra Meccanica. “We want to show – not simply tell – our audience that we are doing our part to invest in a cleaner planet for future generations”

The Solo is a one-passenger, two-door, three-wheel compact electric, but British Columbia-based Electra Meccanica is not calling it a city car. That’s because it has a 100 mile range, can hit 0-60 miles per hour in eight seconds, and has a top speed of 136 mph – although that top speed is hypothetical since it will be limited to 80 mph.

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The Solo uses a 16.1 kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery to produce that range, and an 82 horsepower electric motor. The small size and 1,380-pound curb weight help provide the range and performance.

EM has big production plans. The company has signed an agreement with Chinese motorcycle maker Zongshen Industrial. It hopes to build 75,000 Solos for sale worldwide between 2018 and 2020. The three-wheel Solo looks to straddle the car or motorcycle line – like the Polaris Slingshot – but EM calls it a car, not a trike.

Launch and production of the Solo was originally expected in 2016, but unspecified delays have pushed that date back. Electric car delays are not exactly uncommon, though, even for larger automakers like Tesla. Since that 2016 announcement, battery size has doubled but range has decreased slightly.

Electra Meccanica is part of Intermeccanica, originally an Italian company which builds replicas of the Porsche 356 as well as the WW II Volkswagen Kubelwagen.

Electra Meccanica is currently taking reservations for the Solo, with a starting MSRP of $15,500.