Wednesday, 11 May 2011

Think-drive-finland-630y Fatest Car

After almost 20 years time in the electric car big business, Think is to finish, seriously ready to bring its City electric vehicle (EV) to the globe. The corporation has suffered through a lot these past only some years, however the technique things seem to be exact now, EV fans – starting by means of European and American urbanites – will have the ability to purchase the quirky however wonderfully functional EV very soon.

The City has been accessible in Europe for a while, not counting the time when sense was bankrupt and needed to be bailed not in and be in motion construction from Norway to Finland. The car sold in Europe uses an MES-DEA Zebra Sodium battery that isn't the latest equipment, however it works and has gotten sense this far. New packs – including lithium-ion units from EnerDel and extra suppliers – are on the horizon and are playing a role in Think's upcoming expansion into markets and, soon, by means of latest vehicles.

We recently had the opportunity to visit Think's latest construction line at the Valmet Automotive factory in Uusikaupunki, Finland. We got to drive the most modern Euro-spec City, see the vehicles being made and learn how this small and simple EV is trying to "change the world, one car at a time." Read on after the jump to find out more.


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