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dogman wrote:So the Zap is history too? It was about the best of a poor lot. Gems and such can be hot rodded to 35 though.
Toshi wrote:Polaris EV LSV
Given that healthy hp figure then it should definitely be possible in theory to uncork it from 25 mph limited operation to 35 mph limited operation.
Toshi wrote:The only question is whether it'd be encroaching on Leaf price range after all these upgrades to bring it to 35 mph lithium spec. Recall that LSVs are only eligible for a 10% purchase price tax credit as opposed to the $7500 for the Leaf and its ilk. I wouldnt tackle any off road trails in a Leaf, on the other hand...
thepronghorn wrote:23K is about what our Leaf ended up costing after tax benefits and employer incentives.
so yeah, you're very much encroaching on the price range of a Leaf, but who knows how many tax benefits/etc. you will have in a couple of years
ProDigit wrote:Give or take another 5 or 10 years, and cars like this will become affordable, and unlike the toyota prius, will be beneficial in mileage (the prius is half electric, double the price of the yaris, but only has 10 more mpg).
Lebowski wrote:it's a pity the 45 km/h Twizy is not sold in the US...
A Piaggio APE would also be perfect for an EV conversion.
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