Aptera Electric Car

Aptera Electric Car

This is an amazing vehicle getting ~300 mpg in the hybrid version or 120 miles on a quick charge from a 110v wall plug. All yours for $25-30K

  • this hybrid relies on power from cables buried beneath the road - creative

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  • "Achieves 50mpg and Seats 8" Whether you have a rock star entourage or simply a herd of offspring, a little DIY talent can land you behind the wheel of an eco-friendly Prius limo. Kind of cool, eh?

  • Yes, I know, it's a Prius- but this generation actually got cool-looking and this is a superb color. You can have the interior in any color leather you choose. I love it!!

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  • Prius owner since March 15, 2004. Traded in my Lexus LS400. I'm not a tree-hugger. I just believe that our addiction to oil threatens our freedom and way of life. Our petro-dollars are directly funding some of the most dangerous g... Prius owner since March 15, 2004. Traded in my Lexus LS400. I'm not a tree-hugger. I just believe that our addiction to oil threatens our freedom and way of life. Our petro-dollars are directly funding some of the most dangerous governments in the world, many of whom support terrorists. It is our patriotic duty to eliminate our dependence on foreign oil, and until our leaders begin behaving like they really have our interests at heart, we each need to make small sacrifices for the greater good. It turns out my Prius is roomy, quiet, fast, nimble, and requires very little feeding (averaging 43 miles-per-gallon) and I drive with a lead foot! Stop procrastinating and start demonstrating your true patriotism.

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  • I bought mine in 2005 and am not sorry. Well built, and with proper driving habits, I get 48 mpg in the summer and 40-42 mpg in the winter. Could use a little better rear vision, which I hear they are working for for the Gen. 3 ... I bought mine in 2005 and am not sorry. Well built, and with proper driving habits, I get 48 mpg in the summer and 40-42 mpg in the winter. Could use a little better rear vision, which I hear they are working for for the Gen. 3 model. Buyer beware the Gen. 1 model if you are buying used, because it sacrifices smog forming emissions for better fuel economy.

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