Mini Seven Child’s Vehicle
If you drive expensive car, why should your child be different in this respect? If you want to cheer up your child with some gift, then Mini Seven from the house of Mini Electric Vehicles is infallible choice.
The Mini Seven is a proportionally correct child’s vehicle. The Mini Seven design has been detailed throughout, from the classic body, signature front lights, matching seats and actual racing steering wheel. The children’s car is built from a strong steel chassis using a bulletproof Honda motor that provide a strong and clean power stream complementing the easy steering and smooth ride. Parents will be relieved to know that the car also comes with fully functional a 4-point harness seat belt system and a speed governor for its engine that they can set to keep their child’s cruising in check.
Takayanagi Miluira Retro EV Electric Car
While most of today’s electric vehicles struggle to keep up with their internal-combustion engined equivalents, the Takayanagi Miluira Retro EV boasts an unparalleled styling approach inspired by 1920s automotive design. With 90% parts made in Japan, this one uses a 70Ah lead-acid storage battery which charges up with a 100V in 12 hours. With a 22 mile charge, the Miluira delivers a top speed of 37mph, not enough to drop a load of G force on your laps, but good enough to get you around.
Takayanagi’s first commercial single-seated electric vehicle, Miluira, has an exorbitant price tag of ¥6.3 million ($75,000) and is scheduled to begin deliveries as early as March 2011, but the company is already taking orders so if you want one, you might as well hurry up.
Mercedes-Benz A-ClassMercedes-Benz, as partial of the partnership with Tesla Motors, will furnish 500 battery-powered E-Cell versions of the A-Class, introducing a car during a Paris Motor Show in October. Daimler, the parent company of Mercedes-Benz, formed a partnership with Tesla last year to help accelerate the development of electric vehicles. In the case of the A-Class E-Cell, Tesla is to supply its battery pack and controller technology, which will be shipped to the Mercedes-Benz Rastatt plant in Germany where the A-Class model is built.
The vehicle, which will go on sale from early next year, will have a range of 124 miles (200 km) and will have performance equivalent to or slightly faster than the gas versions of the A-Class, said the report. E-Cel A-Class has an about 40 kilowatt-hour battery container, with rounded off 4,000 particular cells.