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Mad Max style electric car
Toby Roberts' hand-built electric car reminds me of something out of Mad Max! Filmed at Whiterock near Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia, on Friday, February 20, 2009.

Homemade car - test drive
Homemade car- First test drive after the following: Completely new steering system Dual front drum brakes (not hooked up yet) Almost a complete replacement of some of the frame, engine mount, throttle and brake pedals, axle, and wheel hubs. Please note this is, of course, not the finished product and, in the future, will be receiving body panels, a door, and a windshield in the style of an early cyclecar.

Teenager Builds Electric Car - $.02 a mile to operate!
Tyler Griffin reports on a 19 year-old who decided to build an electric car to save money on parking and gas at his high school. Mark King is the young inventor behind the electric car which only costs two cents a mile to operate.

Electric car vs Ferrari
Electric car vs Ferrari

1967 Triumph Spitfire EV Conversion - Student Project
Mechanical Engineering Students from the University of Colorado Denver spent the Summer of 2009 converting a broken down 1967 Triumph Spitfire into a 100% Electric Vehicle. Our EV conversion can reach a top speed of 75 MPH and has a maximum range of 40 miles (of average city driving) all with an overnight charge (8-10 hours) on a standard 110 Volt outlet. We completed the entire conversion for under $10,000 including almost $2,000 of restoration work, all in about 8 weeks. For more information on this project please visit http://www.stefanelsener.com/EV

ChargedEVs.com - Electric Porsche 911SC
CHARGED Exclusive Video: The all-electric Porsche 911SC by RebirthAuto.com

Small Budget Honda Accord Electric Conversion
http://www.useafuel.com - This video shows the DIY simple conversion of a 1990 Honda Accord from gas to electric. It's pretty simple. Remove the gas motor, install new electric forklift motor, batteries, and motor controller. After that, charge from any outlet and enjoy.

ZAP Alias and SUV Answer Korea Electric Vehicle Challenge
The Korea Electric Vehicle Challenge took place outside Seoul with ZAP and Samyang Optics entering two vehicles under development, the Alias electric car and the electric A380 SUV. This was ZAP's first public demonstration of the Alias and SUV. ZAP's two 100 percent electric vehicles drove in a 200km/124.3mi route at average speeds of 85kph or 52.8mph as part of an EV Challenge representing the Korean electric vehicle industry. The three-day event includes an Eco Fair where the ZAP vehicles are scheduled to appear in parades and in an exhibition of fuel efficient vehicles and other consumer products. ZAP was hosted by Samyang Optics in their ongoing partnership to distribute electric vehicles in Korea. The Korean government has announced support and investment in electric vehicles over the next few years. Several government and business leaders spoke at the opening ceremony for the event, including Korean ministers, congressmen, representatives from the Korean Elecctric Vehicle Association, as well as Samyang CEO Christopher Kang and ZAP CEO Steve Schneider. The electric SUV is based on a partnership between ZAP and auto manufacturer Zhejiang Jonway Automobile Co. Ltd. using the A380 5-door SUV targeting the China fleet market. The ZAP Alias electric car is entered in the Progressive Insurance Automotive X Prize taking place this year. For more information visit http://zapalias.wordpress.com. Thank you to ZAP CEO Steve Schneider for providing the video, ZAP EV Tech and Driver Aubre Decker, and Brad Moore of ZAP Marketing for producing the video.

How Electric Vehicles Work - the technology underlying an EV
http://carnewscafe.com - Electric vehicles take many forms and have many different technologies in them, but there are some basic components that all EVs, whether a hydrogen fuel cell EV, a battery-electric EV, or a hybrid-electric vehicle, will share. Here is a look at the way these core technologies are used to make several types of vehicle. Article source: http://carnewscafe.com/2013/05/22/how-electric-vehicles-work-the-technology -underlying-an-ev-video/ Site: http://carnewscafe.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/carnewscafe Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/carnewscafeonline Youtbe: http://www.youtube.com/user/CarNewsCafe/videos

EV, Homemade electric car, do-it-yourself EV,
First time out in the electric car. (test run)

88 Toyota 4x4 Pickup Truck Converted to Electric
http://wildernessev.net Lead/acid batteries. Range abt. 50 miles. Top speed abt 65 mph. 120 V system. 10'' 100hp Series Wound DC Motor.

Electric dune buggy
Built for the military, this electric vehicle goes from 0 to 60 mph in 5.5 seconds. Lithium polymer batteries, A.C. drive system.

forklift motor for electric car
Forklift motor for electric car spins the right direction for the first time! Learn how to build your own at: http://300mpg.org/electric-car-instructional-dvds/

Electric ATV buggy road legal
Electric buggy (Gazelle), road legal Electric quadricycle Available in the Uk for on and off road use 72 volt BLDC 10kw motor, direct belt drive. See at www.hitechsupplies.co.uk

Ford Ranger Electric Conversion by Gas to Electric, Inc.
Our conversion division, Gas To Electric, harnesses our passion for implementing state-of-the-art electric vehicle technology and allows us to do our part for the environment while still doing what we love to do. Over the thirty days of September 2009 we spent our time converting a 2009 Ford Ranger, which is featured below, into a fully-electric vehicle for the City of Santa Monica. Press Release: GAS TO ELECTRIC ANNOUNCES THE AVAILABILITY OF A COMPLETE KIT FOR THE CONVERSION OF FORD RANGERS TO FULL ELECTRIC FOR MUNICIPALITY FLEETS SANTA MONICA, CA - GAS TO ELECTRIC, INC. (G2E) announces the completion of a light duty truck conversion kit. The kit is designed for Ford Rangers to become an all-electric alternative that is ideally suited for the needs of local municipalities. G2E is focused on providing solutions for municipalities to decrease their fleet dependence on fossil fuel burning vehicles. Converting multi-use vehicles to electric will allow maintenance, landscape , facilities, and parks & recreation departments to lower their carbon footprint and decrease their operational expenses. G2E has converted a light-duty Ford Ranger to an all-electric vehicle that is ideally suited for the municipality market. As a medium range, 50-mph vehicle, it can be used on all surface streets. The company has applied a traditional factory production model for the conversion process, thus reducing the entry level cost for a municipality to begin the greening of its fleet in a cost-effective and expeditious manner. ABOUT THE FOUNDER G2E was founded in 2009 by Santa Monica native Paul Pearson. Pearson began his love affair with unique and unusual cars working with George Barris, the creator of the original Batmobile. From his entries in the Carrera Panamericana, a sports car racing event on open roads in Mexico, to his latest entry in the Red Bull Soap Box Derby, Pearson has created a vast library of wild and outrageous vehicles. His latest creative vision, the LOLA, is an all-electric custom vehicle that has its roots in the design styles of Enzo Ferrari and the practicality of Henry Ford. An electric car enthusiast, Pearson has owned or built four all-electric vehicles. He frequently is seen driving around Santa Monica, promoting electric vehicle use with his two dogs, as he waves to the adoring fans of his banana yellow roadster with red flames. A lifelong machinist, model maker, welder, entrepreneur, and prop-maker for such famous movies as Ghost, Eraser, Terminator, Waterworld, and Starship Troopers, along with television shows such as Star Trek Next Generation, Babylon Five, and four seasons of 24. Pearson has built, from the ground up, his own California Highway Patrol approved neighborhood electric vehicle (NEV), the Grasshopper, which he uses daily in Santa Monica. FOR MORE INFORMATION - PAUL PEARSON 310/466-2910

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