Good news for Chinese consumers. This week, General Motors will start selling a tiny electric car which, after national and local electric vehicle incentives, costs just $5,300. From front to end, the Baojun E100 measures just 63 inches. And, when unleashed and fully charged, the two-seater can reach speeds of 62 miles per hour and travel about 96 miles per hour.
The E100, which has been outfitted with a 39-horsepower electric motor, is Baojun’s first electric car. Prices for the…
from Inhabitat – Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building http://inhabitat.com/gm-is-selling-an-electric-car-in-china-that-costs-just-5300