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Discussion in 'Electric Vehicles' started by dpeilow, Jan 2, 2010.
Luxgen EV+, a 7-passenger electric SUV, displayed in Dubai - Autoblog Green
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California's AC Propulsion to co-develop new EV with Taiwan, Might Sell in U.S. - Auto News - Truck Trend
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There they go again with that 350km range claim - measuring it at 40km/h is most definitely cheating.
If the range figures for all the cars on the chart were measured under the same conditions it would be a fair comparison. Clearly that is not the case.
I go by the kwh for the batteries instead. At 40 kwh, it's 1⅔ times that of the LEAF, slightly more than the Mini-E, and 3/4 that of the Roadster. Not bad, really.
But considering the shape is probably not too much more aerodynamic than the roadster and the weight is almost 80% more you are not getting very far with that battery.
Looking at the numbers the Leaf with about 25% more weight and about 45% the battery getting almost 50% of the range of the Roadster seems a bit optimistic as well.
Luxgen shows Neora EV concept in Shanghai Autoblog Green
If specs and price, ($35k), pan out at all this could be real competition for the LEAF and the RAV.
Yeah, the ACP tie-in was mentioned early on.
Check post #3:
Luxgen EV+ 7-passenger electric minivan
Lighting. More must be better
Hmm... Getting a bit harder to shrug off the Chinese products... Those predicting that they will own the market might be right in a decade.
VFX posted elsewhere: