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THINK EVs to go Mainstream in the click here buy xanax online U.S. with 50,000 Units

think city ev Norwegian company Think Global has announced plans to sell its Think City EV in the US from next year.

Speaking at the Fortune Brainstorm Green Conference in Pasadena, CA, on Monday, CEO Jan-Oluf Willums announced that cars will arrive in the US in limited numbers later this year. The first cars are destined for utilities like Pacific Gas and Electric and "influential companies" such as Google, for test and evaluation purposes. Cars will go on sale to viagra official web site the general public in 2009.

The vehicle has a top speed of 65MPH and a range of link for you buy xanax online 110 miles between charges. It is described as emissions free, 95% recyclable and compliant with all relevant US and European safety standards.

Cars will be brought to the US by Think North America, a joint venture between Think Global and venture capitalist firms Kleiner Perkins Caulfield & Byers and RockPort Capital Partners. The new set-up will be based in Menlo Park, CA.

The company expects the cars to cost in the region of $25,000, with anticipated annual sales of 50,000 units in two or three years. At that price, it looks as if Think is aiming to go head to head with Toyota for a slice of the market in affordable environmentally conscious cars.

Via Mercury News

Read the full Think Global press release here

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written by Bernard Lavilliers, April 24, 2008
Always dreamed of such car, small and levitra south carolina compact.
written by Julian, April 24, 2008
Will Americans accept such a small car? I can imagine the SUV owners mocking them, and the generic form of levitra lawsuits because "I didn't see it it's so small so I ran it over and it scratched my bumper!"
written by Johnny, April 25, 2008
I can has not ugly electric car plz?
written by Eric, April 29, 2008

At the rate SUV's have been disapearing from the roads by me, I don't think that will be a problem by 2009.
Are you kidding me?
written by Grady, May 08, 2008
After years of waiting, the average person will actually be able to go out and buy a fully electric, highway capable, 110 mile range, crash tested car? I think these will sell 50,000 in a heartbeat. GM is way off the mark if they think we will wait until 2011 to buy their 'Dolt' plug-in (at $35000 and climbing)
It's the reason and the season
written by Ranger, June 28, 2008
smilies/cheesy.gif OK I'm stoked that I put in my photovoltaic system last year and that the electric company already zeros out my electric use and sends me a check for between $35 - $40 a month. That excess will go for my electric car as I transition my lighting over to cialis online in usa LED's to free up power for my daily commute.

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