With the 2011 Nissan Leaf, a real (and realistically priced) electric car is finally here.
No more gas stations; spacious, quiet cabin; snappy acceleration; intelligent navigation system.
Limited cruising range; limited recharging points; home charger is a necessity.
As presented its new SUV models, PSA Peugeot Citroën took that concept and quietly VELV revealed during the forum for innovation ADEME.
Developed by a consortium of French companies in question VELV an electric vehicle with a 8.5 kWh lithium-ion battery and electric motor with an output of 27 hp This allows the 650-pound car to raise the maximum speed of 110 kmh and travels a distance of about 100 km per charge.
By Peugeot and Citroen have refused to discuss the issue with any production, but admitted that the prototype has the potential to be used for hire or be used for corporate fleet of a company.
Video of Peugeot Velv