Saturday, April 14, 2007

Burn rubber not gasoline

Nichola Tesla would love this sporty little car, but he would probably say..."Nice ride, but whats with the batteries"? Teslas advanced ideas for electrical power called for channeling it directly from the atmosphere with an antenna and grounding it with the earth. At any rate this cool little from Silicon Valley car is actually for sale and available for $50,000 or 30,000 on a long waiting list.

Meanwhile General Motors is reintroducing a revised electric car similer to the Toyota Prius. This after reclaiming all of the "WHATEVER HAPPENED TO THE ELECTRIC CAR" cars and sending allmost of all of them to the scrap yards on false claims that battery technology wasn't good enough to continue production of a car that had long waiting lines of folks that wanted one.

GM Introduces Plug-In Electric Car

By Sholnn Freeman
Washington Post Staff Writer
Monday, January 8, 2007; Page A07

DETROIT, Jan. 7 -- General Motors Chairman G. Richard Wagoner Jr. on Sunday unveiled an innovative prototype, the Chevrolet Volt -- a plug-in vehicle that derives its power primarily from electricity rather than gasoline -- as the world's automakers take on global warming and U.S. dependence on foreign oil.




1 comment:

  1. That's a cute sports car Geezer but most importantly it saves fossil fuels..

    Good Night! ;)