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The first mass production electric car

The Toyota Prius was the first mass production electric car; it was initially introduced to its Local Japanese market in as early as 1997. In 2001 the Prius was sold in the USA, grey imports were being exported to the UK, Australia and other countries. The 2004 new Toyota Prius Hybrid in Newcastle was officially available to order in the UK. It was redesigned as a mid-size liftback, the interior Read More...

Lansing, IL used Chevrolet drivers learn what the Volt's home charging unit will cost

It's been a long time coming, but we're quickly approaching the release of both the Chevy Volt and the Nissan Leaf, and with that release comes the questions of how functional these vehicles are actually going to be on the road. We've heard all the numbers and seen all the pictures, so we've had plenty of time to really let all the early information germinate. But now there's something new for us Read More...

Lithium battery industry: the information society and shine a low-carbon economy

When the rise of new energy materials technology focus areas are mainly engaged in the cobalt oxide, lithium manganese lithium materials and many other small lithium, lithium cathode power materials development, production and sale, is a leading professional supplier of cathode materials for lithium business. Lithium is the 20th century, has developed 90 new green battery side of the last decade a Read More...

Boston Infiniti FX dealer anticipates big things for Infiniti electric model

Infiniti engineers must have been listening to some old Eddie Grant tunes because they are planning to "rock down to Electric Avenue" with the first Infiniti luxury vehicle. Or maybe they just decided that with the success of little brother Leaf that it was time they go in on the fun. Regardless, Infiniti has entered the electric arena and this luxury branch of Nissan will likely create a more lux Read More...