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Future ECars

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Future Electric Cars Section (Eco-Friendly)


1- The Chevy Volt from GM
Product from USA


The Chevy Volt will be available in 2010.
Will run on a Lithium-ion Battery.
No gasoline is needed for drives below 40 miles per day.

Source:

www.chevrolet.com



2- Lighting GT
  Product from United-Kingdom


This Sports  Electric Car Speeds up to 130 miles per hour (209 km/ph).
It Accelerates from 0 to 60 miles in 4 seconds.
Equiped with "Regenerative Breaking"  that Recovers and Stores the Energy for a longer Drive.
Will run on a  NanoSafeā„¢ Battery that uses Non-Toxic nano titanate Materials.
All Electric Car with No CO2 Emissions.
The Lightning GT is scheduled to enter the Market at the end of 2009.


Source:
www.LightningCarCompany.co.uk
 

3- Toyota FT EV

  Product from Japan


This all Electric Car was designed for Urban Commuters.
No CO2 Emissions.
Speeds up to 70 miles per hour (116 km/ph).
Will run on an Lithium-ion Battery.
Coming to Market in 2012.

Source:
www.Toyota.com



4- Smart Fortwo Electric Drive
Product from Germany


This Eco-friendly Electric Car can be charged using a normal 220 volts socket.
Powered by a Lithium-ion Battery.
Has an autonomy of  30 miles (50km) per full charge.
The battery can be fully recharged in 3 to 4 hours.
No CO2 emissions, low noise emission.
Expected to be available for Consumers in 2010.


Source:
www.Smart.com



5- The Chrysler PeaPod
  Product from USA


This Green Electric Car is made out of  "95% recycled and recyclable materials".
Has an autonomy of  30 miles (50km) per full charge.
Speeds up to 30 miles per hour.
The battery can be fully recharged in 6 to 8 hours, on an 110 volts outlet.
2 optional chargers will be available, one of them will recharge the batteries in only 30 minutes.
All Electric, No CO2 emissions.
Comes with an "integrated dock for your Ipod/Iphone
tm ".
Expected to be available for Consumers in late 2009.

Source:
www.PeapodMobility.com

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