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Discussion in 'Electric Vehicles' started by vfx, Nov 3, 2007.

  1. vfx

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    If you reduce it to cars that are highway capable (not NEVs) and available now from series production (not hand-built to order), the list gets pretty darn short.

    Myers NMG

    . . . and . . .

    I can't think of any others?
     
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    Some conversions live
    ...ACP eBox...
    ...Hybrid Tech Mini Cooper...

    I think you can order a Tango or Wrightspeed, but when they can deliver is a question.
     
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    Cobos S60 owner since 2013

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    You can also order a Think city and get it delivered after March next year... They are actually making cars, our Minister for Enviromental matters did "officially" start production on it a few days ago. They are only doing deliveries within Norway for the first year though...

    Cobos
     
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    The reason I mentioned Myers is because they've apparently got about 20 of those things sitting in inventory. It's the only new, highway-capable EV that I'm aware of where you can put down your money, point and say "I want *that* one" and drive off in it.

    Of course, one reason why Myers has no waiting list is because they're so limited (one person, 30 mile range) and high-priced for what it does ($27,000) that it's tough to find buyers.
     
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    The Silence is sorta like the Tesla Roadster. . . It's close, but they haven't started delivering to customers just yet.

    I like to think of the Silence as a three-wheeled Wrightspeed X1, only a lot closer to actually hitting the market. I'm rooting for it.
     

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