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Audi to fda approves cialis Produce Electric Cars within a Decade

Audi, the luxury car unit of the Volkswagen Audi Group (VAG), has announced plans to make electric cars within the www.omroepgroesbeek.nl next ten years.

In a recent interview, Chairman Rupert Stadler said that he saw great opportunities for electric cars, and expects diesel and it's cool buy viagra next day delivery battery technology to dominate in the next five to ten years, saying, “By then we will offer cars without exhaust emissions.”

When challenged with the idea that Audi was lagging behind rival German car giants Mercedes and BMW in the development of Li-Ion battery technology, Stadler stated that their research capacities were larger than those of domestic rivals. Without elaborating, he also said, “electric cars offer great opportunities, which we have already seized on.”

This mention of a superior research budget may indicate that Audi intends to throw money at developing a more lightweight, longer range battery than is currently available. Perhaps the most likely showcase for an all-electric vehicle might be a variant of the Audi A1 Metroproject Quattro concept showcased at the Tokyo Motor Show last October. This gas-electric hybrid boasted acceleration of 0-60mph in 7.8 seconds and a top speed of http://www.omroepgroesbeek.nl/generic-cialis-effective 124mph.

It’s hard to know exactly what to make of Audi’s strategy. Perhaps they’re planning some big alternative power train project that they’re reluctant to cheap cialis online online talk about, or else the announcement was calculated to be deliberately vague in an effort to wrong foot competitors, or dupe the press (us) into talking about them without actually committing to anything. Either way, ten years is http://vignovin.com/buy-viagra-soft-tabs a long time in the auto industry, and it’s possible that the relentless rise in oil prices may force them to show their hand sooner than that.

Via Reuters

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written by PlanetThoughts, May 12, 2008
As the end of the article points out (and I want to www.hasselaar.nl emphasize even further), 10 years away is a lifetime in the planet's current ecological struggle. It is hard to believe Audi can not commit to something much sooner than that. Tesla is releasing a car currently (still under 100,000 units per year) that drives over 200 miles in mixed usage on one charge... the car performs very well, and that miles/charge seems like enough efficiency to be commercially viable! Why wait 10 years?
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written by bigspud, May 12, 2008
10 years? they will be very late to the we use it get viagra fast party, i hope audi can survive this catastrophy of mismanagement.
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written by kornkob, May 12, 2008
Jeez, 10 years!! Why the rush Audi. And what's up with the grille on the front end of that Audi. Looks like sh*t!
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written by EV, May 13, 2008
Tesla is releasing a car currently (still under 100,000 units per year) that drives over 200 miles in mixed usage on one charge... the car performs very well, and that miles/charge seems like enough efficiency to be commercially viable!

Because the Tesla Roadster costs $100,000 and the batteries are only good for a few years at best? Teslas cars are currently for enthusiasts, not those of us who plan on keeping a car for 12 years and do not want to spend several years pay on www.syncom.nl a car.
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written by woohoo, May 14, 2008
Tesla is releasing a car currently (still under 100,000 units per year) that drives over 200 miles in mixed usage on one charge... the car performs very well, and that miles/charge seems like enough efficiency to be commercially viable!

Because the Tesla Roadster costs $100,000 and the batteries are only good for a few years at best? Teslas cars are currently for enthusiasts, not those of us who plan on keeping a car for 12 years and do not want to spend several years pay on a car.



How about the Aptera? Aptera's version is under $30,000. And it gets close to 300 miles.
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written by EV, May 15, 2008
The good:
Aptera's vehicles are classified as Motorcycles, not cars. It will probably depend on state to state if you have to get a modification to tramadol 50mg tabs your license to drive it. They only list the statutes for California on their website. Also, the car is to debut at under $30k.

The Bad:
They do not list how long the www.slic.de batteries will last, nor do they yet know. The vehicle is not in production yet. There is apparently problems in cold weather to be worked out. Battery charging for the all electric is next day viagra going to be several hours. Their hybrid is a parallel hybrid, not a series (electric drive with a generator and batteries, think Chevy Volt)
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written by Uncle B, January 12, 2010
Just as Audi is coming out with this car, Americans will be going to Nuclear powered Electric Bullet Train Intercity Networks to do away with jet engined oil intensive travel, and gasoline engined suffrage at the wheel, Americans preferring to ride in comfort on luxurious and very fast trains! China already has resolved the fuel cost dilemma this way,with many electric bullet trains as has Europe! America, held back by corporatist special interests lobbies, will soon catch up, as oil prices creep ever upwards, due to world scale sharing of this finite resource with a very powerful Asian factor, ever increasing and encroaching on America's 80% of worlds finite resources required to only best offers cheapest levitra online maintain the status quo there. Audi may find that short-hop battery vehicles will steal the day, once the bullet trains are up and http://www.hitlabnz.org/cialis-pills running. The trains, steel wheel to steel rail, are a full 400% more energy efficient and will be hard to beat cost-wise by any other means of travel, rubber wheeled Audi's included.

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