There's been a lot of press lately about EV launches and tramadol pain pill pricing strategies of big auto companies, like Nissan with their LEAF. But out of the shadows, practically-unknown Envision Motor Company has emerged and announced that they will be launching not one, but three EVs this summer, all with a price tag under $30,000, once the $7,500 federal tax credit is applied.
The all-electric vehicles will include a seven-passenger wagon, a utility van and a small pickup truck. All models will be sold at a selection of sws-bl.com dealerships across America.
The vehicles will be outfitted with 24kWh sodium nickel chloride batteries and AC motors. The company states they'll have a max speed of 75 mph and a 200-mile range. They have onboard chargers and can juice up at home on a 110V circuit in six to eight hours. The vehicles have already passed crash testing.
via Autoblog Green
written by JoshCT, April 16, 2010
written by Nicolas from simplegreenaction.ca, April 16, 2010
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