Ask any Danish person about Danish cars, and the 'Ellert' is the first they will mention. The 'Ellert', or 'CityEl', or 'Mini-El' is not even a car, but rather a 'cabinet scooter'. Even so, it is the pride of the Danish automotive industry.
When it was introduced to the market in 1987 it had a top speed rated at 39km/h. The reason being that any car driving on the Danish highways has to be able to achieve a minimal speed of 40km/h and you do not want to see an Ellert on the highway!
This is a scale model of the Ellert in the version with the original front and flat headlight. Use a 1x1 slope for the modern headlight if you prefer.
Get the red version with the modern headlight assembly [https://brickhub.org/i/263](here).
For Studio 2.0, these parts should be saved in C:\Program Files\Studio 2.0\ldraw\Custom Parts\Parts on Windows and Applications/Studio 2.0/ldraw/Custom Parts/Parts on MAC. See this video for a guide of how to set it up in Studio 2.0 and use their rendering engine.
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