The world's cheapest car goes electric at the Geneva Motor Show 2010. Indian based Tata made big waves two years ago with the introduction of the Tata Nano with the ultra-low price point of $2,500.
The new Tata Nano EV is set to become the world's cheapest electric car. The Tata Nano EV will seat four passengers. It will have a predicted range of up to 160km and an acceleration of 0-60km/h in less than 10 seconds.
Tata also offers up the Tata Indica Vista EV electric ar. Its super polymer lithium ion batteries provide a predicted range of up to 200 km and acceleration of 0-60 kmph in less than 10 seconds.
There is no information yet on the price and availability of the electric Tata cars.
Via the Tata site. More Geneva 2010 News.
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