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Nissan's Mixim Concept EV


OK, now everybody's getting in on electrics. It's almost like it's the 90's again. Except, I'll be honest, the concepts are a bit cooler, and starting to get more practical. Now it's Nissan's turn. In a few days at the Frankfurt Auto Show, they're announcing their Nissan Mixim concept vehicle. Some people will love it, some will hate it, but everyone will recognize that it's over-the-top with innovation.

But while it definitely suffers from the it's-a-concept-so-we-made-it-craaaazy disease, it also has some extremely attractive features. Of course, I love the car because it's pretty much marketed directly at me. Young men with middle to low incomes who care about the environment and viagra fedex play lots of video games. There's only one seat in the front of the car, in the center of the sweet, wrap-around windshield. And the levitra per nachnahme controls are apparently "inspired by video games."

The car will be powered by compact lithium ion batteries of unkown origin. Presumably, Nissan will be letting the bigger companies pitch their money around until some good batteries get produced, and then license the technology. In any case, this small unique electric car may be one of the first pure electrics from a major manufacturer in a long time.

But, of course, we'll have to just try! buy real viagra online see. Expect to see some sweet pictures comingout of it's great! levitra canada generic Frankfurt next week. And check out the ridiculous, over-the-top video after the jump.

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The condition
written by battery powered cars that appear like regular cars, September 07, 2007
Man, the car is just, ugly and it should have 2 seats in the front instead of just one. Why dont they try to put the li-on batteries in the nissan versa instead of building this uglyness? I think that people want independence for gas, but they also want a car that doesnt have a entirely new design that has nothing to do with a regular car. I stand for battery-powered cars, but the only way that i would buy one was if they still appeared like normal cars.
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To the moon...
written by Ella, September 07, 2007
Though the http://www.bsd-berlin.de/levitra-25mg car is totally awesome as a concept car I highly doubt that it will get off the ground. Not enough people wish to appear like they are driving some weird space shuttle/ mars rover of a car. New time Nissain should market to the real world.
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Re: "The condition"
written by re: battery powered, September 07, 2007
'I think that people want independence for gas, but they also want a car that doesnt have a entirely new design that has nothing to do with a regular car.'

And I think they don't, but that doesn't matter because neither of us can prove it.

'the only way that i would buy one was if they still appeared like normal cars'

If your taste and desire dictates your behavior that way, then by definition you are weak-willed.

Engineers can measure which car shapes are good, such as which ones are more aerodynamic, etc. At that point it's not a matter of you liking it, it's a matter of your aesthetic taste conforming to www.breinweb.nl what is already the best design.
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I think to the moon is wrong
written by weee, September 07, 2007
A car like this - video game inspired controls and no congestion charge should make it a no-brainer for people in London and all the other cities that will soon 'enjoy' congestion charges.
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Vital point
written by Weird Science, September 07, 2007
Who wouldn't want a car with those hubcaps? They're the clincher for me. Sure, another seat would probably be handy but why on generic levitra online pharmacy earth would anyone want to look like everyone else. This car is ace - hubcaps included!
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Sell me one now
written by Walter Ross, May 28, 2008
This car is perfect for me. I have two grand-children I pick-up at school. I have been looking for a three seater, but could not afford a McLearn F-1 at $990,0000 dollars.
Besides, it's not an EV. Hope to see Nissan go forward with this. And yes, I like the style, it should be different for a new age EV.

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