The vehicle industry these days is beginning to open wider doors for electric cars. In fact, more manufacturers are pro-electric motors. It means that they are now more inclined in using those motors which are run in electricity.
One big factor for this preference is that consumers are becoming conscious on environmental issues.
That’s why the growth in sales of electric cars for the past months is becoming significant for both the consumers and producers.
In view of these, we will feature two electric vehicles that are totally unique and very special. These are the converted ’96 Chevy Corvette and Jaguar C-X75 Hybrid supercar.
’96 Chevy Corvette: The owner of a ’96 Chevy Corvette. Wayne Bickley has converted his car into an awesome electric car. He replaced the old engine with a homemade six-speed transmission with an electric motor that runs in Direct Current and a set of 18 XS power Xp 1000 batteries.
Apparently, this converted Chevy Corvette has the capacity to travel 20 miles on electricity with a speed of up to 85mph.
This car is already featured at AutblogGreen of which video you can check below. Moreover, there is news that Chevrolet is going to have plans in producing new Corvettes over the next few years from now, while the C7 Corvette is anticipated to come around 2014.
Jaguar C-X75 Hybrid supercar: We suggest that you to check on this new hybrid supercar that will go into production by 2013. The expected prices range from £700,000-£900,000.
So, if given a chance will you buy these electric cars?
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