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Arcimoto 3 wheel EV Trike

Arcimoto 3 wheel EV Trike

Arcimoto three-wheeled, two-person, fully enclosed electric vehicle produced by a new EV start-up company in Eugene, Oregon USA for the urban commuter market. Arcimoto (pronounced arkee-moto) was founded in November 2007 by Mark Frohnmayer and is their first entry into the EV market. The SRK is their 5th generation version of the reverse EV trike [Continue]

Fisker Surf Concept Car Spotted in Europe

Fisker Surf Concept Car Spotted in Europe

The Fisker Surf concept EV will be revealed at the 2011 Frankfurt Auto Show on Tuesday September 13, 2011. Rumors are that the Fisker Surf will be an electric 2-door sport wagon with a range extending Auxiliary Power Unit (APU). In addition to having two 150 kW electric motors, a turbocharged 2.0-liter I-4 and a [Continue]

Electric Cadillac Concept of Chevy Volt (Converj)

Electric Cadillac Concept of Chevy Volt (Converj)

The Volt Cadillac (aka Converj) was first introduced as a plug-in-hybrid concept car at the 2009 North American International Auto Show in Detroit and it even won a few awards. It is now scheduled to be available for purchase in 2013 (as a 2014 model). It’s no big surprise that GM has decided to offer [Continue]

Nissan Electric Townpod Concept Car

Nissan Electric Townpod Concept Car

Introduced at the Paris 2010 Auto Show the fully electric BEV Nissan Townpod Concept Car features dual hinged rear doors, suicide side doors and uses a Nissan LEAF power train. This particular concept from Nissan seems to be the middle step or hybrid between the LEAF a 5 passenger sedan and an electric van. The Nissan [Continue]

Honda Fit EV Concept Car

Honda Fit EV Concept Car

Honda has new EVs and Plug-in Hybrids are on the way. An all-new Honda electric-vehicle concept car will make its world debut November 17, at the 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show. There has been speculation the new EV could be using components from Honda’s FCX Clarity, but will be powered with conventional lithium batteries and [Continue]