The Sinclair C5 is a battery electric vehicle invented by Sir Clive Sinclair and launched by Sinclair Vehicles Ltd in the United Kingdom on 10 January 1985.
The vehicle is a battery-assisted tricycle steered by a handlebar beneath the driver's knees. Battery powered operation is possible making it unnecessary for the driver to pedal. Its top speed of 15 miles per hour (24 km/h), is the fastest allowed in the UK without a driving licence.
Powered by 250W motor, It sold for £399 plus £29 for delivery.
This one needs wheels & tyres (at least) and is kept outside Gem Discounts (Electrical Appliances) in Cornholme, Todmorden.
It is put outside the shop each day to signify they are open for business.