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Porsche has started taking orders for the 918 Spyder plug-in hybrid supercar, but they're keeping the list exclusive with a super high price and a limited production number -- the German automaker is asking $845,000 for the car and is capping production at, ahem, 918.

If you're one of the lucky people out there that can gets themselves on the list, you'll be getting a lot of performance from the it's cool cheap quality levitra sporty hybrid.  The vehicle is outfitted with a 500-horsepower V8 engine and two electric motors worth another 218 horsepower.  It will be able to best way to use cialis go from zero to 100km/hr in 3.2 seconds and has a maximum speed of fast levitra 199 mph.

From an efficiency stand point, it should get 78 mpg under normal driving conditions, but if you're taking it to the race track, expect the fuel economy to drop.  The car can run in all-electric mode for up to 16 miles and the battery can recharge in three hours.

Porsche isn't set to start production on the car until September 18, 2013, so for those that make an order, you'll have to wait about 2.5 years before it's in your driveway.

via Wired Autopia


Japanese Vending Machines Will Also Offer EV Charging

In just a few months, Japanese drivers can stop at vending machine and get both a soda for themselves and how to get cialis in canada some juice for their EV.  Ten Japanese companies have formed a consortium to rx online cialis install electric car chargers at the site of beverage vending machines across the country.

The consortium includes vending machine operator Forking Co. and Panasonic Electric Works, along with eight other companies that will develop and produce EV chargers to go along with the vending machines.  Within the discount viagra first year of the project, which will start at the end of this month, Forking plans to install 10,000 chargers at its vending machine sites.

The consortium will pick some new sites to install both vending machines and chargers as well.  Two other companies, SoftBank Telecom and Softbank Mobile, will provide telecom services to connect the charging stations.

By working together, the ten companies are able to cut costs and move forward more quickly, enabling the companies to position themselves at the forefront of an EV infrastructure roll-out in Japan.

via Physorg



Chicago Installing 280 EV Charging Stations

The Midwest will now have an electric vehicle hub in Chicago.  The city will be home to 280 charging stations built by utility company Exelon by the end of the year.

The charging stations will be located at shopping malls, both of the city's airports, rest stops along the Illinois Tollway and other various locations, and two will even be solar powered.

Chicago currently ranks in the top ten cities for hybrid owners, so the city is preparing for the roll out of plug-in hybrids and all-electric vehicles over the overnight canadian levitra next few years.  With 280 charging stations, it's residents will have plenty of cialis soft gel places to fill up their batteries.  Until that influx of plug-in cars makes its way into the city though, the fleet of Chicago utility ComEd will use the charging stations.

via Grist


Volvo V60 is All-Electric, Plug-In Hybrid and just try! levitra cheap canada Diesel Vehicle All in One

Having trouble deciding between an all-electric, plug-in hybrid or diesel vehicle?  Well, Volvo says you can have all three -- in one car.

The new Volvo V60 Plug-In Hybrid sports wagon can change between those modes by just the push of a button and a driver can experience all three modes during a single trip.

Switching the car into Pure mode makes it an all-electric vehicle.  The 70-horsepower electric motor drives the rear wheels, and the lithium-ion battery pack provides a 30-mile range per charge.  Each full charge takes about three hours.  The Hybrid mode offers a 125 mpg equivalent and a 745-mile range.  When you want to maximize performance, switching into Power mode lets you go 0-62 in 6.9 seconds, while sacrificing some efficiency.

In case a driver has trouble deciding which mode to use, the car has navigation technology that automatically recommends the best mode choices for each trip.

It's currently just a concept that will debut at the Geneva Auto Show, but Volvo says it could be at dealerships in Europe by 2012.  Those lucky Europeans.

via Wired Autopia


Porsche Debuts Electric Boxster Prototype

Porsche has unveiled an electric version of its iconic Boxster sports car called the Boxster E -- the first of three that will be built.  The prototype has 240 horsepower provided by two electric motors attached to the front and rear axles, can go from 0 to 60 mph in 5.3 seconds and should have a 100-mile range per charge.  All of the electric drivetrain technology was provided by parent-company Volkswagen.

The German carmaker will test the three Boxster E prototypes around the Stuttgart region and use them as "mobile laboratories" to test and improve electric car technology for future Porsche models.

Last year, Porsche said it would make a hybrid version of all its models and so far has debuted a 911 GTC R Hybrid race car, a 918 Spyder hybrid, and a hybrid Cayenne SUV, but the Boxster E is its first all-electric vehicle.  While there are no immediate plans for a production model, I don't think it will be too long before we see it.

via Autoblog Green


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