Maybe this is 32-hour Stockholm Syndrome speaking, but they weren’t wrong. Nor will you mistake an electric Ural for anything else. The EV was built on the bones of the company’s base model, the 750cc Ural cT. ($14,499, 41 hp, 42 pound-feet, around 150 miles on a tank of fuel.) It reeks of old-school Ural—frame tubes thick as your forearm, uneven plating, metalwork like a tractor pull—plus the punctuation of the current century. The horizontally opposed, BMW-derived engine is gone. A thick, orange-jacketed power cable has been neatly zip-tied to one of the sidecar braces. A three-prong male charging plug lives under the gas cap. There’s a stylized “E” logo on the tank with a lightning bolt in the middle.