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Nissan Leaf Electric Car Zero Emission EV

Nissan Leaf Electric Car Zero Emission EV Test Drive August 2, 2009 NISSAN UNVEILS “LEAF” – THE WORLD’S FIRST ELECTRIC CAR DESIGNED FOR AFFORDABILITY AND REAL-WORLD REQUIREMENTS Event ushers in a new era for Nissan and a new era for mobility YOKOHAMA, (Aug. 2, 2009) – Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. today unveiled Nissan LEAF, the world’s first affordable, zero-emission car. Designed specifically for a lithium-ion battery-powered chassis, Nissan LEAF is a medium-size hatchback that comfortably seats …

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Electric Starion – Electric Car Conversion – Part 1

Three years ago I knew nothing about cars nor cared for them much, until Stephanie Walsh got me interested in Starions. Her ex said back then, ‘You gotta know about cars or some mechanics will rip you off’. Sadly, Stephanie passed away in 2007. I have decided to do an electric car project in her honour, as she was a wiz at electronics and taught me much in that area also. Together with Nathan Bolton we are now converting my rare Starion to full electric drive. This is the first video of a …

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Mitsubishi i MiEV electric car

Learn more electric-vehicles-cars-bikes.blogspot.com Mitsubishi i MiEV electric powered by lithium-ion batteries with 100 miles (160km) range and top speed of 80 mph (120km). This car will be available in UK/Japan mid-2009 and Australia/NZ late-2009 (all Right Hand Drive countries)Only about 15% of the energy from the fuel you put in your tank gets used to move your car down the road or run useful accessories, such as air conditioning. The rest of the energy is lost to engine and driveline …

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Nissan LEAF electric car

Footage of Nissan’s new LEAF electric car that debuted in Japan on August 2, 2009. The LEAF will go into production in late 2010

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How to make Lithium Polymer Batteries for Electric Car

Really easy, isn’t it? At least much more than manufacturing with sulfuric acid, or to make the chips from any mobile phone. Notice that Li-Po Batteries were designed to be cheaper and lighter that Li-Ion, now, Why can’t I drive an EV with them? (These are Lithium-Metal Polymer batteries, not Li-Ion)

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