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New EV Manufacturer?


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Written on: 03 December 2011 [19:28]
DriveElectric
Topic creator
registered since: 03.12.2011
Posts: 3
I am interested in the opinions of the members of the “Electric Sport Car Forum” and would like your feed back on the following questions:

1. If price was not an object, would you purchase an exotic two-seater electric sports car?
2. Why or why not?
3. Would you purchase an exotic two-seater electric sports car from:
a. Existing manufactures
b. Start-up company
c. Either
Why?
Written on: 04 December 2011 [18:49]
ecoadmin
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registered since: 20.07.2007
Posts: 586

1) If price is not an issue, yes I would buy one.
The sports car would have to be light and efficient.

2) To show that there is an alternative to conventional fuel guzzlers

3b) Existing car manufacturer are generally boring in my opinion.
Little innovation, way to heavy vehicles, still thinking like we are in the best years of the oil age.

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