|Menominee Electric (Dudly Electric)|
|Manufacturer||Menominee Electric Company|
|Body and chassis|
|Power output||Top-speed - 20 mph|
|Electric range||50-60 miles|
Menominee Electric Manufacturing Company mainly built electric motors, telephones and electric appliances. Menominee controlled Dudly Tool Company, makers of the Dudly Bug cyclecar and used that experience to develop a light electric cabriolet. The cabriolet had a 108-inch wheelbase, with a top speed of 20 mph and a range of 50–60 miles on each charge. A price of $1,250 also included a recharging kit for the battery. Production had started in July 1915, but had ended by the end of the year. The planned production quota of 125 electric automobiles was not reached; unsold Menominees were rebranded as the Dudly Electric and offered for less than $1,000.