We gets new information from carshowp.com about new car electric, it’s about 2010 Think City. The new electric cars Think City be make at new manufacturing facility in Elkhart and will delivered to Indiana. In to the Indiana Department of Administration for use by the Department of Natural Resources in the state’s park system. It will be the first electric passenger vehicles with American-made, Lithium-ion batteries used in an American fleet operation.
“These fleets can jumpstart vehicle electrification in America’s cities and help push the industry past early adopters into mainstream consumer markets. Fleet sales will drive up vehicle and battery production volumes and drive down costs, which will benefit retail consumers.” said Mr. Engle
On the carshowp site, we get information it’s Think City car also be a leader in electric drivetrain technology, and was the first to offer a modular and flexible electric drive-train solution in the business-to-business sector. With its Scandinavian origins and sustainability mindset, THINK is one of the most carbon-efficient car companies in the world.
2010 Think City model is an all-electric, zero-emission car designed in Scandinavia for fleet applications and urban commuters. Durable, highly maneuverable and low maintenance, the THINK City can travel 100 miles on a single charge, using advanced Lithium-ion batteries manufactured in Indiana by Ener1, Inc. The vehicle has accumulated more than 35 million road miles in customer experience since it was first safety certified in Europe in 1999.
The THINK City, the first electric car to be granted pan–European regulatory safety approval, is sold across Europe, with sales and production in the U.S. and operations being developed in Asia.
Project Plug-IN an industry-led to demonstrate an energy efficient transportation solution for the Indianapolis area. The project includes vehicle and battery manufacturers, electric utilities, smart grid technology firms and research institutions.