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Electric Cars A total of two electric vehicles for sale in the U.S. – The Myers NMG XEBRA Motors and Zap!. The NMG (no more gas) electric vehicle is part of a car, motorcycle. This is the road-legal and can hit 70 mph and costs less than $ 25 000. The Zap! XEBRA a similar car is electric, just introduced this summer. The price is under $ 10,000. Well the city with a wide range of 40 to 50 miles, and quickly instead of 40 to 50 mph.Electric Cars
In addition to these two cars, there are many electric cars in the pipeline: high performance and powerful Tesla Roadster X1 Wrigtspeed. There are also a couple of suburban electric vehicles in the pipeline: Tango and the car Think.Electric Cars
Tango is a novel EV offered by the Spokane-based Commuter Cars Corporation, Tango seats two people – among them, such as a motorcycle – and an ultra-thin, the vehicle battery, the results are bound to slip in and out of traffic and parking so cars can not reach. Tango cheaper model is priced at $ 18,700, but do not hold your breath: According to the company’s website: “This car is not planned yet, because it requires a team of engineers, tens of millions of dollars, at least 18 months and meets all safety requirements. ”
And then there’s Th! Nk. This nifty little EV, developed by a Norwegian design team, was sold as CityBee in Europe and the United States Citi, before being acquired by Ford in 1999. Ford leased just over 1,000 of them across Europe and America, which includes the world’s fleet of EVs. But in 2004, to the dismay of environmentalists and others, Ford sold Th! NK to a European company that went bankrupt earlier this year. His remains were purchased in March by a group of Norwegian investors seeking to introduce the car in the U.S. market.Electric Cars

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