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TonyGuitar

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Monday, July 16, 2007

Phoenix EV SUT Best Electric Vehicle so far ?



These are the two most promising EVs, unless you can suggest a better candidate. To me the EV SUT [ sport utility vehicle ], is the most ideal so far. I am aware of the $90K Tesla Roadster, but we are speaking practical choice for the moment.

The Phoenix SUT goes for about $45K, yet what other Useful EV can you suggest that is available today? If you come up with a winner, I*ll post the description and photo here. = TG

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4 Comments:

Blogger Gayle said...

I wonder how big they are, Johnny? They look so small, but it's hard to tell without an adult standing next to them for scale. They're good-looking automobiles, but I have a really hard time with small cars because I'm fairly tall. I hate banging my head getting in or out of a car.

7:33 AM  
Blogger TonyGuitar said...

These are full sized. The white truck is popular with municipal crews and some of those guys are BIG.

This link will give you some great choices.

http://tinyurl.com/3x7hk7

= TG

8:56 AM  
Blogger TonyGuitar said...

It must be dawning on people by now just how much the Vehicle manufacturers are dragging their feet at filling our demands for clean electric vehicles like the 1993 GM EV-1. 2007 is closing fast. How much more time is needed for heavean*s sake?

Check ahead to the November 4/07 post about the 4/5 page public relations propaganda in the National Post from the fork tounged Canadian Vehicles Manufacturers Association.

Sincere? You decide. = TG

9:30 PM  
Anonymous Mark Whittington said...

Tesla wanted to put up a high freq grid around colorado springs to distribute electricity but he scarred the heck out of everybody. They thought he would fry their minds. The petroleum industry put the k-bosh on that deal. I just wonder what would happen if they electrify a stretch of highway like it were a slot car track. Power it with a tiny nuke reactor like the navy uses on a nuke sub. Would the oil people find a way to squash that deal?

8:35 PM  

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