Electric cars of the future.

Mitsubishi Motors will sell its iMiev EV beginning in 2009. In 2007, Miles Electric Vehicles announced that it would produce a highway-speed all-electric sedan named the XS500. In early 2008, Dodge announced an electric concept car called Dodge Zeo. In May 2008 Nissan Motor Company announced plans to sell an electric car in the US and Japan by 2010. Other automakers like Fuji Heavy Industries are testing versions of electric cars, and General Motors and Toyota are working on battery-powered …

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  1. #1 by Zoza15 at December 5th, 2008

    Lol like a fucking battery, this is redicilous!!…

  2. #2 by Shaprika at December 12th, 2008

    Yeah dude… Pull up near a Wal Mart or something and just plug it in by the vending machines outside XD just kidding, but yeah… It’s NOT limited to your OWN electrical outlets… I’d plug this shiznit in at school if I needed to.

  3. #3 by MlleButterfly at December 17th, 2008

    I don’t want to hear about a gas/electric car that gets 40 miles per charge and then switches to gasoline. I don’t want to hear about sports cars priced at 100,000 dollars. Where is our all electric vehicle. Where is the company that will convert your current car to electric for 6,000 to 10,000 dollars. I am fet-up with these technology hoarding/ carrot dangling tactics. All they do is buy time for oil companies so they can continue to sell overpriced oil.

  4. #4 by Frienever at December 19th, 2008

    Good! with these electric car coming. soon or later they will reduces all the gasoline car half price value. and that is when i buy myself a cheat GT-R or lancer Evo X.

  5. #5 by crazymohawk86 at December 27th, 2008

    top gear broke 2 tesla on the race track the first one ran out of juice and second the the motor over heated the brake line broke

  6. #6 by QiiyIsPeter at January 6th, 2009

    Imagine how a lambo will look like in the future lol

  7. #7 by indiasrainbow at January 17th, 2009

    yeah man, and formula 1 , indie car racing etc..


  8. #8 by indiasrainbow at January 17th, 2009

    too true.! its what the public needs and its these companies that the public funds.

  9. #9 by FluxCapacitor2008 at January 22nd, 2009

    We need EREV like the volt and 200C EV now!! This type of Extended Range Electric can be a bridge for battery technology. I know about the Texaco NiMH battery scandal but as we gat a mass produced EREV then EV technology will be in place and ready for the next battery technology (After Texaco patient runs out) So we need to get behind this and stop looking back

  10. #10 by FluxCapacitor2008 at January 22nd, 2009

    I for one do not want to pay $20 to $30K for an all electric EV and have the anxiety about finding an electric outlet on long trips. We need an EREV (Extended range electric vehicle) People need to support the concepts like the volt, and stop looking in the past. I seen a you tube video of some guys with a large household type generator hanging out of the trunk of a homemade EV. (lol) Great Idea!!!!!

  11. #11 by FluxCapacitor2008 at January 22nd, 2009

    I also think we need an EREV without all the bells gadgets that drives up the piece, just make a dam EREV for under $28K

  12. #12 by FluxCapacitor2008 at January 22nd, 2009

    Its not about if its cheaper to use oil base fuel or electric, its about getting away from our dependence on foreign oil.

  13. #13 by culverslad at January 29th, 2009

    Dodge EV is sooo sexy

  14. #14 by ruchboys at February 9th, 2009

    old fashion are better copy and paste if u think so too

  15. #15 by nerox2006x at April 3rd, 2009

    Dodge EV only 40 miles on a charge, thats horrible the Tesla gets 200 on a charge!

  16. #16 by insanekoolness at April 10th, 2009

    nerox2006x knows his stuff =p

  17. #17 by babyfaceprince at April 23rd, 2009

    people need to move on these cars are better on our invirement

  18. #18 by yotozme at April 26th, 2009

    Replace nuclear power plants that generates electrcity with solar panel stations, water turbines and/or windmills. Lets go green and never go back:)

  19. #19 by Startrance666 at May 6th, 2009

    The new revolution will be Fusion i think that will take away Nuclear power, but looking really awesome they are thinking about the enviorment and taking away the gas cars 2010 let’s hope for the best.

  20. #20 by irishkerry at June 6th, 2009

    i want to see a nuclear powered car no need to plug it in it would run for a 1000 years on one charge its a no brainer realy!! and when your finished with it you can just use it as a bomb..

  21. #21 by irishkerry at June 6th, 2009

    ya but you end up buying the foreign batterys from china..

  22. #22 by FluxCapacitor2008 at June 8th, 2009

    GM just opened a battery development wing in the tech center and A123 battery is building a plant in Michigan, people need to put past sins in the past and get behind US manufacturing and EV technology. People dont understand the oil money and political pressure that is put on the auto makers NOT to develop EV technology so we need to get a foot in the door in any way.

  23. #23 by nashbored1231 at June 8th, 2009


  24. #24 by ceriman at July 26th, 2009

    They goofed! The Dodge Circuit EV gets 160 miles per charge, not as much as the Tesla, but it will be less expensive.

  25. #25 by mikhasya1976 at August 22nd, 2009

    all cars must be electric.

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