THE BEST ELECTRIC VEHICLES. To drive 1 km on electric vehicle costs about 0,005-0,02€ for electricity + cost of batteries, which makes the biggest part of the price. Manufacturers like to hide the price and cycle life of batteries, in such way misleading people, how “cheap” is to drive electric vehicles. In some countries, to insure normal vehicle costs about 500€ per year, but for electric vehicles this price can be about 70€, you don't need to pay for parking and charge your vehicle for free - special charging points are installed. Before buying electric vehicle, check temperature range in which vehicle's batteries can work - you can have problems, if winters in your country are cold. Some electric vehicles have heaters installed. It is useful to use solar and wind power to charge electric vehicles. WIKIPEDIA

For default calculations average electric car uses 16000Wh (16kWh) to travel 100kmh and manufacturer sells 12V, 240Ah capacity (at 20 hours rate), 1200cycles, 60kg Lead-acid batteries for 450€ each.

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Discharging battery at higher currents (driving faster or heavily loaded) reduces the total available power that can be got out of a battery. By discharging standard 240Ah capacity (at 20 hours rate) Lead-acid battery per 20 hours (12A per hour), you can get from battery 240Ah, but by trying to discharge battery quickly (240A per hour) you can get from battery only 98Ah.

Battery: V Rated capacity Ah at hours rate kg Cycles
Discharge: Ah Capacity: Ah Vehicle: Wh
How many batteries you will need to travel 100km ( 16000 Wh / 1172 Wh ) = 13.6 batteries
How much will cost all batteries ( 13.6 batteries * 450 € ) = 6141 €
How many km you will be able to travel with all these batteries ( 1200 cycles * 100 km ) = 120000 km
How much will cost each km ( 6141 € / 120000 km ) = 0.0512 €
How much will weigh all batteries ( 13.6 batteries * 60 kg ) = 819 kg
How many Wh contains 1 kg ( 1172 Wh / 60 kg ) = 20 Wh/kg
Battery Cycles Charge/discharge efficiency
Lead-acid 500-800 50–95%
Nickel-cadmium 2000 70–90%
Nickel-metal hydride 500-2000 66%
Nickel-iron Repeated deep discharge doesn't reduce life significantly 65%–80%
Lithium polymer >1000 99.8%
Lithium-ion 400–1200 80-90%
Lithium iron phosphate 2000 95%

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Phoenix Motorcars • Phoenix SUT 6 110 kW 161 km 153 km/h 34500 6 h 5000 ??

Phoenix MC, Inc. is a privately held Delaware corporation headquartered in Ontario, California, that does business as Phoenix Motorcars. Phoenix Cars LLC. is a leading developer of zero emission, all-electric vehicles (EV), focused on the deployment of light and medium duty EV's into the fleet and transit markets. The Company has announced battery supply agreements with both with Altair Nanotechnologies, Inc. and Electrovaya Inc. Phoenix Motorcars has announced plans to introduce an all-electric sports utility truck (SUT) based on the SsangYong Actyon Sports. The Phoenix SUT is anticipated to feature a 35kWh NanoSafe battery pack (lithium–titanate battery), which will provide a range of over 100 miles (160 km) miles and the ability to fast-recharge in under 10-minutes. Phoenix Motorcars has taken orders for its SUTs for delivery to corporate and government fleet customers. (Wikipedia)

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Tesla Motors • Model S 5 310 kW 426 km 201 km/h 74000 1 h 800 ??

The Tesla Model S is a full-sized electric five-door hatchback produced by Tesla Motors. First shown to the public at the 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show as a prototype, retail deliveries started in the United States in June 2012. The Model S was released in Europe in early August 2013, and the first deliveries took place in Norway, Switzerland and the Netherlands. (Wikipedia)

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Toyota • RAV4 EV 2014 5 115 kW 166 km 161 km/h 36600 € 6 h 800 ??

The RAV4 EV is an all-electric version of the popular RAV4 SUV produced by Toyota. The first generation was leased from 1997 to 2003, and at the lessees' request, many units were sold after the vehicle was discontinued. A total of 1,484 were leased and/or sold in California to meet the state’s mandate for Zero-emissions vehicle. As of mid-2012, there were almost 500 units still in use. Toyota worked together with Tesla Motors to develop the second generation RAV4 EV, and the electric SUV was released in the United States in September 2012. Production will be limited to 2,600 units during the first three years, and sales are limited to California only. The US Environmental Protection Agency rated the second generation RAV4 EV with a combined range of 103 mi (166 km) and a combined fuel economy rating of 76 miles per gallon gasoline equivalent (3.1 L/100 km). (Wikipedia)

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Ford • Focus Electric 5 107 kW 122 km 135 km/h 25600 € 4 h 800 ??

The Ford Focus Electric is a 5-door hatchback electric car produced by Ford Motor Company. The Focus Electric is Ford's first full production, all-electric passenger vehicle, and production began in December 2011. Deliveries for fleet customers in the United States began in December 2011, and it was released to retail customers in May 2012 only in California, New York and New Jersey, in limited numbers, followed by the other 16 initial markets in the third quarter of 2012. The European release was initially slated for late 2012, but was re-scheduled to start deliveries in August 2013. The Focus Electric shares the glider of a third generation Ford Focus. Its electric powertrain uses a 23kWh, liquid-cooled lithium-ion battery pack, which delivers a range of 76 mi (122 km) according to the US Environmental Protection Agency. The agency rated the Focus Electric combined fuel economy at 105 miles per gallon gasoline equivalent (2.2 L/100 km), and ranks the Focus Electric as the most fuel-efficient car sold in the United States in the compact class. The Focus Electric was awarded the 2011 Green Car Vision Award at the 2011 Washington Auto Show. (Wikipedia)

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Honda • Fit EV 5 100 kW 132 km 140 km/h 27000 € 3 h 800 ??

The production 2013 model year Fit EV was unveiled at the November 2011 Los Angeles Show. Production will be limited to only 1,100 units over the first three years. Honda began deliveries of the Fit EV in the United States in July 2012, and the car is available only through leasing at a price of US$259 per month for 3 years, based on base price of US$36,625. Initial availability was limited to California and Oregon, and sales are scheduled to begin in selected markets in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Maryland, New York, and New Jersey by late February 2013. A total of 662 units have been leased in the U.S. through December 2013. The Fit EV was released through leasing to local government and corporate customers in Japan in August 2012. Availability in Japan is limited to 200 units during its first two years. The car is based on the Fit compact car platform, powered by a lithium-ion battery pack combined with an AC synchronous, permanent magnet coaxial traction motor and low-friction reduction gearbox borrowed from the Honda FCX Clarity hydrogen fuel cell vehicle. Honda said the Fit EV concept had an all-electric range of 70 to 100 miles (110 to 160 km) and a top speed of 90 miles per hour (140 km/h). Honda also said that recharging the Fit EV will take 12 hours from a 120-volt outlet and three hours with a 240-volt supply. (Wikipedia)

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BYD • e6 5 90 kW 300 km 140 km/h 38000 € 2 h ?? ??

BYD e6 is an all-electric crossover car manufactured by BYD Auto with a range of 195 km (121 mi) according to the carmaker. Field testing began in China in May 2010 with 40 units operating as taxis in the city of Shenzhen. Sales to the general public began in Shenzhen on October 26, 2011, after over two years behind schedule (the original release date was in 2009). Since 2010 a total of 3,220 units have been sold in China through October 2013. It is reported the e6 is currently being used in Columbia and the U.K. as taxis. BYD planned to sell the e6 model in the US for US$35,000 before any government incentives. However, after re-scheduling the US launch several times, in October 2011 BYD announced that sales to retail customers were to be delayed at least for 18 months due to the lack of charging infrastructure. In May 2013, BYD announced that the e6 will be sold in the US only to fleet consumers for US$52,000, as the company will focus on electric bus sales in North America. (Wikipedia)

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Nissan • Leaf 5 80 kW 200 km 145 km/h 20500 € 4 h 800 ??

The Nissan Leaf (also formatted "LEAF" as a backronym for Leading, Environmentally friendly, Affordable, Family car) is a compact five-door hatchback electric car manufactured by Nissan and introduced in Japan and the United States in December 2010. The US Environmental Protection Agency official range for the 2013 model year Leaf is 121 km (75 mi) and rated the Leaf's combined fuel economy at 115 miles per US gallon gasoline equivalent (2.0 L/100 km). The 2013 Leaf has a range of 200 km (120 mi) on the New European Driving Cycle. Deliveries to retail customers began in the United States and Japan in December 2010, followed by various European countries and Canada in 2011, and, as of January 2014, is available in 35 countries. The Leaf is the world's best selling highway-capable all-electric car ever, and global sales reached the 50,000 units sold milestone by mid February 2013. The leading markets are the United States with over 42,100 units and Japan with over 34,400 units sold through December 2013, followed by the European market with over 17,000 units delivered by November 2013. As of December 2013, the European market is led by Norway with almost 7,300 new units and the UK, with over 3,100 units delivered. Global sales totaled 100,000 Leafs by mid January 2014, representing a 45% market share of worldwide pure electric vehicles sold since 2010. As an all-electric car, the Nissan Leaf produces no tailpipe pollution or greenhouse gas emissions at the point of operation, and contributes to reduced dependence on petroleum. Among other awards and recognition, the Nissan Leaf won the 2010 Green Car Vision Award, the 2011 European Car of the Year, the 2011 World Car of the Year, and the 2011–2012 Car of the Year Japan. (Wikipedia)

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Micro-Vett • Doblo 5 30 kW 175 km 115 km/h 33200 5 h 1000 ??

Micro-Vett S.p.A. is Italian company producing electric, hybrid and bimodal vehicles, its located in Imola. It works closely with other Italian automotive companies like Fiat, Piaggio and Iveco. The company started in 1986 and is now one of the leading electric vehicle specialist in Europe. Micro-Vett produces around 700 vehicles annually of the three brands in Italy, with a fleet of over 5,000 vehicles. (Wikipedia)

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Mercedes-Benz • B-Class Electric Drive 5 100 kW 200 km 160 km/h 32000 € 2 h 800 LIB ??

The B-Class Electric Drive was previewed by a concept model in 2012, which was unveiled at the 2012 Paris Motor Show. The concept has an electric motor rated 136 PS (100 kW; 134 hp) and 310 N·m (229 lb·ft), 36 kWh lithium-ion battery from Tesla Motors. The vehicle has a driving range of 200 km (124 mi) with a top speed of 150 km/h (93 mph). The battery can be charged at any standard domestic 230 V power outlet or 400 V rapid charging terminal. The design of the production B-Class Electric Drive was based on the Concept B-Class Electric Drive. The vehicle was unveiled at the 2013 New York International Auto Show, followed by IAA International Motor Show 2013. Production model was originally scheduled to go on sale initially in the USA at the beginning of 2014 as 2014 model year vehicle, and subsequently in European markets. However, the sales was delayed to second quarter of 2014 in the US and at the end of 2014 in Europe. (Wikipedia)

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BMW • i3 4 125 kW 145 km 150 km/h 35000 € 7 h 800 LiI ??

The BMW i3, previously Mega City Vehicle (MCV), is a five-door urban electric car developed by the German manufacturer BMW. The i3 is part of BMW's "Project i" and is being launched as a new brand, BMW i. The i3 is BMW's first zero emissions mass-produced vehicle due to its electric powertrain, and BMW is the first company to launch a volume production vehicle on the market featuring carbon-fiber reinforced plastic to improve the vehicle's energy consumption. Under the New European Driving Cycle the official range is 130 to 160 km (80 to 100 mi), and up to 200 km (120 mi) in the most efficient driving mode. BMW is offering a range extender (“REx”) option powered by a 647 cc two-cylinder gasoline engine with a 9 L (2.0 imp gal; 2.4 US gal) fuel tank that engages when the battery level drops to a pre-specified point, acting purely as a generator to produce electricity to extend the range to about 240 to 300 km (150 to 190 mi). Mass production of the i3 began in September 2013 and retail deliveries started in Europe in November 2013. The i3 concept car was unveiled at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show. BMW showcased a BMW i3 prototype during the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, and the production version was unveiled in July 2013. Pricing in the United States will start at US$42,275 before any government incentives, and the range extender option will cost an additional US$3,850. Prices in Germany start from €34,950 (US$46,400). Pricing in the UK starts at GB£30,680 (US$47,195) before the applicable government grant. (Wikipedia)

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Chevrolet • Spark EV 4 97 kW 132 km 145 km/h 19000 € 7 h 800 ??

The Chevrolet Spark is a city car produced under the Chevrolet marque of the American manufacturer General Motors. It has been available solely as a five-door hatchback. The second generation model was introduced in 2005, with the third generation launched in 2010. General Motors uses the name Chevrolet Spark for their smallest car model in one country. The car model Chevrolet Spark in U.S. is available in countries like India in another name Chevrolet Beat. General Motors has already placed another model (originally badged as the Daewoo Matiz) as their smallest car in countries like India with the name Chevrolet Spark. Daewoo Matiz has been developed by its South Korean division GM Korea, previously known as Daewoo Motors, since 1998, when it replaced the Daewoo Tico. After the General Motors company took control over Daewoo Motors in 2002, it has increasingly been marketed under the Chevrolet badge. An all-electric version, the Chevrolet Spark EV, was released in the U.S. in selected markets in California and Oregon in June 2013. The Spark EV is the first all-electric passenger car marketed by General Motors since the EV1 was discontinued in 1999. (Wikipedia)

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Fiat • 500e 4 83 kW 142 km 140 km/h 23500 € 4 h 800 ??

Chrysler unveiled the Fiat 500 Elettra concept electric car in the 2010 North American International Auto Show. The carmaker announced its decision to build an electric version of the 500 for the U.S. market, with a powertrain to be developed at its Auburn Hills, Michigan headquarters. Initially the electric car was scheduled go into production in 2012. The production version, called Fiat 500e was unveiled at the November 2012 Los Angeles Auto Show. Deliveries began in California by July 2013, and around 645 units were sold in the U.S. in 2013. The American rollout is scheduled to continue to other states with mandates of sales of zero emission vehicles, but Fiat-Chrysler does not have plans to make the 500e available in Europe. (Wikipedia)

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Hyundai • BlueOn 4 61 kW 140 km 130 km/h 37000 € 6 h 1000 LiP ??

The Hyundai BlueOn is a subcompact 5-door hatchback electric car produced by Hyundai Motor Company. According to the manufacturer, the Blue-on all-electric range is 140 km (87 mi) and has a top speed of over 130 km/h (81 mph). The BlueOn is equipped with a 16.4 kWh lithium polymer (Li–Poly) battery pack and charges in 6 hours with a 220 V power outlet and in 25 minutes to 80% with three-phase electric power (in a 380 V outlet). The maximum speed is 130 km/h (81 mph) and 0-100 km/h is achieved in 13.1 seconds. The BlueOn has a range of 140 km (87 mi) on a single charge. The BlueOn is based on the Hyundai i10 and features an electric warning sound developed by Hyundai called the Virtual Engine Sound System (VESS). (Wikipedia)

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Volkswagen • e-up! 4 60 kW 160 km 130 km/h 27000 € 1 h 800 LIB ??

The two-door Volkswagen e-up! zero-emissions concept debuted at the 63rd Frankfurt Motor Show in 2009. The release of the scheduled manufacturing of the e-up! is inconclusive. The 3.19 metres (10 ft 6 in) long all-electric e-up! uses a 3+1 seater configuration. It uses a 60 kilowatts (82 PS; 80 bhp) (continuously rated at 40 kilowatts (54 PS; 54 bhp)) all-integrated drive electric motor, mounted at the front and drives the front wheels. This electric motor generates a torque turning force of 210 N·m (155 lb·ft) from rest. Power is sourced from 18 kilowatt-hours (kWh) lithium-ion batteries, which will give a range up to 130 kilometres (81 mi). Quick charging will charge the battery up to 80% in an hour, while a regular 230 volt plug will take five hours. The roof of the e-up! consists of a 1.4 square metre solar cell which supply power to the vehicle’s electrics, and when parked can power ventilation fans to help cool the interior when parked in bright sunlight on a hot day. The solar cells can be increased in size to a total area of 1.7 square metre by folding down the sun visors. With a curb weight of 1,085 kilograms (2,392 lb), it is able to complete the standard discipline of sprinting from rest to 100 kilometres per hour (62.1 mph) in 11.3 seconds; and should reach a top speed of 135 kilometres per hour (83.9 mph). The e-up! concept is 3.19 metres (10 ft 6 in) long, 1.64 metres (5 ft 5 in) wide, 1.47 metres (4 ft 10 in) high, and has a wheelbase of 2.19 metres (7 ft 2 in). (Wikipedia)

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Roewe • E50 4 52 kW 120 km 130 km/h 2800 € 6 h 2000 LFP ??

The Roewe E50 all-electric concept car was unveiled at the 2012 Beijing International Automotive Exhibition. In November 2012, SAIC introduced the production version of the Roewe E50, a four-seater subcompact hatchback intented for the Chinese market. The E50 has a 47 kW motor and an 18 kWh battery pack supplied by A123 Systems that delivers a range of 180 km (110 mi) and a top speed of up to 120 km/h (75 mph). The electric car pricing starts at CN¥ 234,900 (US$37,589) before available government incentives. Retail deliveries began in Shanghai in January 2013. (Wikipedia)

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Bolloré • Bluecar 4 50 kW 250 km 130 km/h 19000 € 7 h 1000 LiP ??

The Bolloré Bluecar is a small four-seat, three-door electric car supplied by Bolloré, designed by Pininfarina and manufactured by Cecomp in Bairo, Italy, under a join venture owned by Bolloré and Pininfarina called Vehicule Électriques Pininfarina Bolloré (VEPB). The car has a 30kWh lithium polymer (LMP) battery, coupled to a supercapacitor, that provides an electric range of 250 km (160 mi) in urban use, and a maximum speed of 130 km/h (81 mph). Originally shown as the Pininfarina B0 concept car in 2008, the production version was launched in 2011 with the first 250 production version Bluecars deployed as part of the Autolib' carsharing program in Paris on December 5, 2011. In October 2012 the Bluecar first became available to retail customers through leasing, and sales began in February 2013 at a price of €19,000 plus a monthly fee of €80 for the batteries. As of September 2013, a total of 2,300 units have been registered in the country, of which, about 2,000 are in service for the Autolib' service. The Bolloré Bluecar was the top selling highway-capable electric car in France in 2012. (Wikipedia)

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Mitsubishi • i-MiEV 4 49 kW 160 km 130 km/h 33000 € 8 h 800 ??

The Mitsubishi i-MiEV (MiEV is an acronym for Mitsubishi innovative Electric Vehicle) is a five-door hatchback electric car produced by Mitsubishi Motors, and is the electric version of the Mitsubishi i. The i-MiEV is also sold in Europe rebadged by PSA Peugeot Citroën (PSA) as the Peugeot iOn and Citroën C-Zero. The i-MiEV was launched for fleet customers in Japan in July 2009, and on April 1, 2010, for the wider public. International sales to Asia, Australia and Europe started in 2010, with further markers in 2011 including Central and South America. Fleet and retail customer deliveries in the U.S. and Canada began in December 2011. The American-only version, called "i", is larger than the Japanese version and has several additional features. According to the manufacturer, the i-MiEV all-electric range is 160 kilometres (100 mi) on the Japanese test cycle. The range for the 2012 model year American version is 62 miles (100 km) on the United States Environmental Protection Agency's (US EPA) cycle. In November 2011 the Mitsubishi i ranked first in EPA’s 2012 Annual Fuel Economy Guide, and became the most fuel efficient EPA certified vehicle in the U.S. for all fuels ever, until it was surpassed by the Honda Fit EV in June 2012. As of December 2012, more than 22,000 i-MiEV family vehicles have been sold worldwide. Europe is the leading market, with 5,017 Peugeot iOns, 4,977 Citroën C-Zeros and 4,244 Mitsubishi i MiEVs sold through December 2012, followed by the Japanese market with 7,233 i-MiEVs sold through December 2012. The top selling countries in Europe are France, with 4,129 units of the i-MiEV family sold, Norway, with 3,147 units, and Germany, with 1,890 units sold through December 2012. (Wikipedia)

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Chery • M1EV 4 30 kW 120 km 120 km/h 14000 € 7 h 2000 LFP ??

Previously referred to as S18, the M1EV by Chery is an electrified version of the Chery M1,a 4-door, 5-seater compact. The M1EV has a range of a 120 km (75 mi) and a top speed of 120 kmh (75 mph). The M1EV is powered by a 336 V, 16 kWh ferric phosphate lithium battery pack that will recharge to full in 6-9 hr or to 80% in 30 minutes with a special charger. The M1EV will cost as much as 130,000 yuan ($19,000). (Wikipedia)

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Mahindra Reva • e2o 4 19 kW 100 km 80 km/h 14000 € 5 h ?? ??

The Mahindra e2o, previously REVA NXR, is an urban electric car hatchback manufactured by Mahindra Reva Electric Vehicles. The e2o is the REVA G-Wiz successor and was developed using REVA's technology, and has a range of 100 km (62 mi). The electric car was launched in India in March 2013 at a price between US$11,900 to US$15,670 depending on the city and before any subsidy. Mahindra also plans to launch the e2o in the European market during the first quarter of 2014. (Wikipedia)

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Treffpunkt Zukunft • Hotzenblitz 4 12 kW 150 km 110 km/h 15000 € 4 h ?? ??

The Hotzenblitz is a German electric car that was produced from 1993 to 1996. It was founded in 1990 by the Hotzenblitz Mobile GmbH & Co. The Austrian manufacturer Treffpunkt Zukunft took over the project in 1998 and now makes these small electric vehicles. Car comes with a practical shopping drawer in the back. The Hotzenblitz has a strong, lightweight tubular steel frame and structure of the floor with battery-boxes as steel and aluminium sandwich (space for batteries with 80, 120 or 400 km potential). (Wikipedia)

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Mia Electric • mia L4 4 9 kW 90 km 100 km/h 12700 € 3 h ?? ??

Mia electric is a French electric car manufacturer . The company based in Cerizay, France, designs and builds electric vehicles made totally in France. It provides locally emission-free mobility. The mia, the first mia electric model on the market, had a 9.7 kW (13 hp) electric motor with a 8 kWh lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO4 or LFP) battery pack that delivers a range of 90 km (56 mi), and a maximum speed of 100 km/h (62 mph). Production began in June 2011 and Sales to the public started in 2012. (Wikipedia)

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Mega • City 4 8 kW 65 km 64 km/h 17500 9 h ?? ??

Since 2002 MEGA vehicles have consistently developed a versatile and diversified range of eco-friendly vehicles : Utilising both 100 % Electric and Low CO2 emission diesel engine technology in compact utility vehicles : MEGA Multi-truck quadricycles and MEGA Worker burden carriers. 100 % electric 3 door hatchback vehicles designed for city use : MEGA City quadricycles. To date we have produced over 10,000 MEGA vehicles of which, we have over 2 000 electric variants operating on the roads of Europe and North America. Now almost all cars are in second-hand use. (Wikipedia)

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ZAP Jonway • Xebra 4 5 kW 40 km 65 km/h 8700 € 8 h 650 ??

The ZAP Xebra is an electric car that was launched in May 2006 in the United States market by ZAP corporation. It is classified legally as a three-wheel motorcycle in some jurisdictions, and is available in both sedan (model SD) and pickup (model PK) truck variants. It has seat belts. It does not have regenerative braking. The PK pickup has a dump bed, with fold-down sides and tailgate, that allows easy access to the batteries, controller, motor, and charger. The Xebra was phased out in 2009, and in 2013 the company was ordered to buy back all of the 2008 models that were sold and destroy them due to a failure to meet the braking requirements for a motorcycle. (Wikipedia)

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JAC • iEV / J3 EV 4 ?? kW 130 km 100 km/h 19000 8 h 2000 LFP ??

The JAC J3 EV all-electric car was launched in China in 2010. It has a range of 130 km (81 mi). During 2010 and 2011 a total of 1,583 of the first and second generation models were sold in the country. A third generation model, called the JAC J3 iev, was launched in September 2012. Cumulative sales of all generations reached 4,068 units through December 2012. During 2012 the J3 EV was the second best selling pure electric car in China, after the Chery QQ3 EV. In 2013 about 2,500 JAC iEV (J3 EV) were sold making it the highest selling pure electric vehicle in China of 2013. (Wikipedia)

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Dynasty • Sedan 4 ?? 50 km 40 km/h 14000 € 7 h ?? ??

The Dynasty is a Canadian electric car produced by Dynasty Electric Car Corporation. It is designed to qualify as a neighborhood electric vehicle, primarily made for urban, recreational and light commercial markets. It is available in five different variants including a sedan, mini pick-up, van and two open air versions. The North American version has a range of up to 30 miles (50 km) and does not exceed 25 mph (40 km/h). (Wikipedia)

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OKA Auto USA • OKA NEV ZEV 4 ?? 36 km 40 km/h 6000 € 8 h ?? ??

The Oka NEV ZEV is an electric Neighborhood Electric Vehicle converted from a VAZ-1111 Oka is sold in the US market by Oka Auto USA. The Oka NEV ZEV can be bought fully assembled or in kit form. OKA NEV ZEV has been available from OKA AUTO USA since 2003. 2014 OKA NEV ZEV Model is priced from US$8,295 and many options are available. (Wikipedia)

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ElBil NORGE • Buddy Electric 3 13 kW 150 km 90 km/h 20000 3 h 800 ??

The Buddy is a Norwegian city electric car, produced by Buddy Electric, formerly known as Pure Mobility and Elbil Norge AS, at Økern in Oslo. In 2007, the Buddy, and its predecessor, the Kewet, made up 20% of the electric cars in Norway. Since its inception in 1991, combined sales of the Kewet and Buddy totaled about 1,500 units through October 2013, mainly in Norway. (Wikipedia)

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Daimler • Smart Fortwo electric drive 2 55 kW 145 km 125 km/h 14000 € 7 h 800 ??

The Smart Fortwo electric drive (or smart ed) is a battery electric vehicle version of the Smart Fortwo city car. This electric car was formerly known as Smart Fortwo EV. Field testing began in London with 100 units in 2007. The second generation was introduced in 2009 and was available in 18 markets around the world for leasing or through the Car2Go carsharing service in selected cities, with over 2,300 units delivered. A near production version was unveiled at the September 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show. Deliveries of the third generation Smart began in in the U.S. and Europe from May 2013, and Smart plans to mass-produce the electric car with availability in 30 markets worldwide. More than 6,400 units of the second and third generation have been sold in North America and Europe between 2009 and December 2013, of which, 4,130 units are third generation models sold during 2013. (Wikipedia)

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Wheego • LiFe 2 45 kW 160 km 105 km/h 33000 € 5 h ?? ??

Wheego Electric Cars Inc. was formed as a spin out from Rough and Tuff Electric Vehicles (RTEV), a manufacturer of battery-powered recreational electric vehicles, in June 2009 with Mike McQuary as CEO. The company is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. The Wheego LiFe is a highway-capable version with a lithium iron phosphate battery pack. The Wheego LiFe began selling in April 2011 The LiFe is a small sized car sourced from China, with electric drivetrain and batteries installed in California. Its 30-kilowatt-hour lithium battery pack is coupled to a 60-horsepower electric motor. Top speed is 65 mph. It’s a commuter car, priced at $32,995. It became the third all-electric highway speed street legal car for sale in the U.S. after the Tesla Roadster and Nissan Leaf. The LiFe is fully NHTSA/DOT compliant and has passed all U.S. crash-testing. It can drive at speeds up to 65 mph, and goes approximately 100 miles on a single charge. The LiFe can be recharged using either a standard 120V connection or an industry-standard Level 2 Charging Station. A two-seater with plenty of cargo storage, the LiFe is popular as an urban commuter car. It is sold through a dealer network covering the U.S., Japan and the Caribbean. (Wikipedia)

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Think Global • Th!nk City 2 30 kW 185 km 100 km/h 23500 € 9 h ?? ??

The Th!nk City is an electric city car that was produced by Norwegian carmaker Think Global, and production partner Valmet Automotive. It is a small two-seater/2+2-seater highway capable vehicle produced from 2008 to 2012, with a top speed of 110 kilometres per hour (68 mph), and an all-electric range of 160 kilometres (99 mi) on a full charge. The Th!nk City was sold in Norway, the Netherlands, Spain, France, Austria, Switzerland, Finland, the United Kingdoms, the United States, and by March 2011, had sold 1,045 units worldwide. Due to financial difficulties, production of the Th!nk City in Finland was stopped in March 2011, and the company filed for bankruptcy on June 22, 2011, for the fourth time in 20 years. Think Global was purchased soon after by Electric Mobility Solutions AS, which announced production to resume in early 2012 with a refined Think City. However, production never resumed, and the Indiana plant completed its final car in August 2012. (Wikipedia)

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Tazzari • Zero 2 15 kW 175 km 100 km/h 15000 € 9 h 800 5000

The Tazzari Zero is an battery electric microcar produced by the Tazzari Group, in Imola, Italy, and debuted in the 2009 Bologna Motor Show. The Tazzari Zero uses a lithium-ion battery pack that delivers an all-electric range of 140 kilometres (87 mi). The Tazzari Zero has rear wheel drive and the motor is situated between the front and rear axles. The car's lithium-ion battery pack charge time is nine hours (standard charge) and the motor can accelerate the car to top speed of 100 kilometres per hour (62 mph). Its range is 140 kilometres (87 mi) and the motor has maximum peak torque of 150 newton metres (110 lbf·ft). It's also possible to charge batteries to 80% in 50 minutes using 3-phase power supply (380V Superfast charger). The aluminum-bodied car weighs only 542 kg (1,195 lb) with batteries. The car has normal options like: central locking, electric windows and mirrors, CD/MP3-player and 15-inch alloy wheels. (Wikipedia)

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Lumeneo • Smera 2 15 kW 150 km 130 km·h 24500 4 h 800 ??

The SMERA is an ultra-small battery electric vehicle (BEV) by Lumeneo. The concept car is a two-seater tilting car which tilts up to 25° in curves. With a length of 2500 mm and width of 960 mm (track 655 mm), it is something between an electric car and a scooter and includes a lithium ion battery pack. It is regulated in Europe as a car (classification M1). Its speed is listed as 110 km/h (68 mph) with a range of 100 kilometres (62 mi). It made its debut at the 2008 Paris Motor Show. French railroad company SNCF invested €1.5 million in Lumeneo. The French railway reportedly injected capital into Green Cove Engineering, a provider of carpooling services. A production version, the Lumeneo Neoma began sales in France in May 2013. After selling only 10 units Lumeneo filed for bankruptcy in November 2013. (Wikipedia)

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Elcat • Cityvan 202 2 14 kW 80 km 90 km/h 17500 5 h 650 ??

ELCAT is a battery electric vehicle manufacturer based in Järvenpää, Finland. Elcat Automotive was owned by an electricity producer called Fortum until the production decreases in the early 21st century. Elcat began working in 1974 to design electric cars for Nordic climate. The first prototypes for Elcat's automotive industry were made in 1985 with a joint venture plan with Subaru's Sambar, Dias, and Domingo vans, while the first commercial product was released in 1990. Production ceased in 2002 when Subaru dropped the van models and Elcat lacked the resources to design the systems of a new model. To date more than 160 cars have been made. Main users were Finnish post office (Posti) and Stockholm-based delivery service. Now almost all cars are in second-hand use. (Wikipedia)

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Renault • Twizy Urban 80 2 13 kW 100 km 80 km/h 8400 € 4 h 800 ??

The Renault Twizy is a battery-powered two-seated electric vehicle, legally classified in Europe as a heavy quadricycle (light quadricycle for the lower-powered Urban 45 model) produced by Renault and manufactured entirely in Valladolid, Spain. The Twizy has a maximum range of 100 km (62 mi). The Twizy was released for sales in France in March 2012 and in the UK and several other European countries the following month. The car is available with three models, starting at €6,990 up to €8,490 (in the UK: GB£6,990 to GB£7,400). The sales price does not include the batteries, which will be leased for a monthly fee that includes a replacement guarantee – in case of battery breakdown or insufficient capacity – and roadside assistance. The Twizy was the top-selling plug-in electric vehicle in Europe during 2012. Since March 2012, over 12,000 units have been sold worldwide through December 2013, with Germany, France, Italy and Spain as the top selling markets. (Wikipedia)

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Cree SAM • Cree SAM 2 12 kW 90 km 90 km/h 12500 € 5 h 1000 7000

Cree SAM, designed and developed by the Swiss company Cree, is a prototype zero emission battery electric vehicle. It is a tadpole three-wheel car, with two seats in a tandem arrangement. About 80 vehicles were produced for public testing in the Zurich and Basel area, in 2001. In 2003 the company laid off all employees and applied for bankruptcy, but the shareholders including the original designer Daniel Ryhiner bought the company and kept it running, as an investment offer. In mid-2009 a Polish company, Impact Automative Technologies (IAT, Preskow), was said to be developing a newer and faster version of the Cree SAM with a larger range. It was tested and received road certification in Italy, and was planned to produce 500 cars by the beginning of 2009. (Wikipedia)

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Kandi • KD 5011 2 8 kW 160 km 72 km/h 11000 8 h 800 ??

Kandi Technologies Group, Inc., trading as Kandi, is an automotive manufacturing company based in Jinhua, China. Its principal activity is the design, development, production and sale of electric vehicles, all-terrain vehicles and go-karts. The KD5011 is a Chinese government approved, lithium-ion-powered pure Electric Vehicle that improves upon earlier models with better range up to 160 km. (Wikipedia)

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Aixam-Mega • e Coupe 2 8 kW 65 km 75 km/h 20000 4 h ?? ??

Aixam-Mega Aixam-Mega is a French automobile manufacturer based in Aix-les-Bains, Savoie. It was founded in 1983 to make microcars following the acquisition of Arola (founded in 1975). In 1992 they started making a range of standard sized cars under the Mega brand, but by 2002 this brand was just being applied to a diesel and electric range of microvans and light utility vehicles. A notable difference is that some of the smaller models are restricted to 45 km/h (30 mph) and can be driven without a driver's licence in some European countries (including Belgium, Estonia, France, Poland, Slovakia, Spain, and Slovenia, but not the UK). In 2006 Mega launched the electric Mega City at the British International Motor Show and in 2009 acquired the assets of NICE Car Company, which went into administration in 2008. (Wikipedia)

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CT&T United • e-ZONE 2 7 kW 105 km 60 km/h 13000 € 5 h 1000 ??

CT&T United is the world's largest manufacturer of battery electric vehicles including the eZone Medium Speed Vehicle and cZone low-speed vehicle based in South Korea. The CT&T eZone is the only electric vehicle of its type to pass the international crash test for passenger vehicles. e-Zone is imported by Autorex, distributed by NAFCA(Nippon Automobile Fair Certificate Association). In Japan, e-Zone is classfied under Kei car. (Wikipedia)

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TWIKE • Easy 2 5 kW 145 km 85 km/h 23400 5 h 1500 21600

The Twike is a human-electric hybrid vehicle (HEHV) designed to carry two passengers and cargo. Basically a velomobile with an electrical hybrid engine, it can be driven in electric-only mode or electric + pedal power mode. Pedaling extends the range of the vehicle but does not substantially add to the vehicle's top speed. Constructed of lightweight materials such as aluminium and plastic, the 246 kg (542 lb) (unladen) tricycle vehicle uses a lithium-mangan battery. Ranges of 300 miles are possible. Additional energy is reclaimed while driving through regenerative braking, and load is removed from the electric system by use of the pedalling system which transfers its input directly to the drivetrain (i.e., both systems operate in parallel, not in series). The Twike is a three-wheeled two seater. It is steered by cables and has pedal brakes. The vehicle can reach speeds of up to 85 kilometers per hour (53 mph), using 7.4 kWh per 100 km. At 50 km/h it can drive up to 80 km. (Wikipedia)

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Green Tech Automotive • MyCar 2 5 kW 80 km 60 km/h 13000 € 9 h ?? ??

Mycar is an electric vehicle originally produced by EuAuto Technology Limited based in Hong Kong. The company had its manufacturing facility in Dongguan, China. It is currently sold in Hong Kong, Britain, France and Austria. The Mycar is classified as a NEV in the United States due to its low top speed. The car was first conceived by Giorgetto Giugiaro of Italdesign in 2003. The propulsion system was engineered in cooperation with Hong Kong Polytechnic University. The concept was then developed by EU Auto with the car launched by the NICE Car Company at the 2008 London Motorshow. In 2010, GreenTech Automotive, Inc. bought EuAuto Technology, Ltd., and announced plans to manufacture and market vehicles in the United States. The first U.S. manufactured Mycar vehicles, which were also supposed be exported to Denmark, were supposed to come off the assembly line in Horn Lake, Mississippi on 4 July 2011. (Wikipedia)

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American Electric • Kurrent 2 4 kW 60 km 45 km/h 7200 € 8 h ?? ??

Global Electric Motorcars (GEM), a wholly owned subsidiary of Polaris Industries, is a U.S. manufacturer in the low-speed vehicle category, producing neighborhood electric vehicles (NEVs) since 1998 and has sold more than 46,000 GEM battery-electric vehicles worldwide as of April 2013. Until June 2011, GEM was owned by Chrysler Group. (Wikipedia)

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Commuter Cars • Tango 2 ?? 180 km 240 km/h 200000 € 3 h ?? ??

The Tango is an ultra-narrow electric sports car initially designed and built by Commuter Cars, an American company based in Spokane, Washington, that sells this car worldwide for $108,000. Production of the first version, at a rate of about 100 cars per year, was set to begin in late 2005. The Tango is thinner than some motorcycles and may be small enough to legally ride side-by-side with other small vehicles in traffic lanes in some jurisdictions. Capable of seating two passengers in a tandem seating arrangement, it only takes up one-quarter of a standard parking space and is able to park sideways in many cases. One prototype vehicle has been produced by the company and was shipped to Prodrive in the United Kingdom in January 2005, where the design was refined for production models. (Wikipedia)

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ZENN Motor Companys • ZENN 2 ?? 65 km 40 km/h 5900 € 8 h ?? ??

ZENN (Zero Emission, No Noise) is a two-seat battery electric vehicle that was built by ZENN Motor Company designed to qualify as a neighborhood electric vehicle (NEV). It has a range of up to 40 mi (64 km) and is speed-limited to 25 mph (40 km/h). On earlier production models, there was an option of a 'Discovery Pack' which increased the ZENN's range a few miles. In later models it was standard. In September 2009 CEO Ian Clifford announced that ZENN was ceasing car production to concentrate on selling its drive-train technology to other manufacturers. The company confirmed it will launch its 2010 model but not the CityZENN model. The company had only sold a total of 500 vehicles and cited slow sales as a reason for the decision. Production of the ZENN LSV ceased on March 2010, and service support and provision of parts is scheduled to end on June 30, 2013. (Wikipedia)

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Global Electric Motorcars • e2 2 ?? 56 km 40 km/h 8800 € 7 h ?? ??

Global Electric Motorcars (GEM), a wholly owned subsidiary of Polaris Industries, is a U.S. manufacturer in the low-speed vehicle category, producing neighborhood electric vehicles (NEVs) since 1998 and has sold more than 46,000 GEM battery-electric vehicles worldwide as of April 2013. Until June 2011, GEM was owned by Chrysler Group. (Wikipedia)

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Myers Motors • NmG 1 20 kW 48 km 112 km/h 18200 3 h ?? ??

Myers Motors is a small automobile company operating in Tallmadge, Ohio. Their vehicle, the Myers Motors NmG (which stands for "No More Gas") is a single-passenger, three-wheeled, battery electric vehicle designed specifically for commuting and city driving. It was initially produced by Corbin Motors as the Sparrow and now by Myers Motors. It is a Personal Electric Vehicle (PEV). The company is developing the Duo, a two-passenger EV with a similar design, but using more advanced battery technology. (Wikipedia)

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CityCom • CityEL 1 4 kW 90 km 63 km/h 10000 € 6 h ?? ??

The CityEl is a 3-wheel lightweight electric car currently made in Germany by Citycom GmbH. The vehicle is for one person, seated centrally. Rather than conventional doors, the whole top-half of the vehicle hinges upwards on gas-struts allowing access to the cockpit. An optional child seat allows the car to carry a child (up to 30 kg), sitting behind the front seat on the engine compartment, facing backwards. The driver operates car-like controls (steering wheel, brake and throttle pedals) although the vehicle is classed as an electric motorcycle in some countries. (Wikipedia)

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Organic Transit • ELF 1 1 kW 23 km 32 km/h 3700 € 2 h 2000 ??

The ELF body is made from a rugged ABS composite that protects you from the elements and helps you stand out in traffic. The basic ELF comes in Arctic White. The ELF comes standard with 26 x 1.9″ Continental Town & Country tires on the front and a 26 x 2.35″ Kenda Kiniption out back. The ELF’s built in 60W solar panel liberates you from the grid by trickle charging your battery whenever the sun is shining. The ELF is powered by a 10Ah 48V LiFePO4 battery that can be charged in the vehicle using the rooftop solar panel or can be easily removed and plugged into a wall charger (included). Each battery can be recharged up to 2000 times. (Wikipedia)

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