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Electric Car Chevrolet_Tahoe

The Chevrolet Tahoe Limited Edition was offered for the 2000 model year, but based on first-generation platform. The Tahoe Limited was produced only one model year. According to the investigations, there was 8.905 units, produces everything in black. The Tahoe Limited was originally an SS Tahoe (badged concept in 1995), but GM liked the idea of an "SS" at a time when insurance companies were already demanding higher premiums for SUVs. Ronal 16 "wheels, brakes from the Chevrolet Suburban, Bilstein shocks, two-tone leather interior and a 120 mph (190 km / h were borrowed) gauge cluster under the standard functions in the Tahoe Limited. A body of the 2 SA 'lower than normally Tahoe sought, together with an all black grille, fog lamps in the front bumper and side skirts gave the Tahoe Limited, an aggressive stance, which is said, were originally from a Tahoe Police revealed on the packaging, 1996 was SEMA show.


Ford Reflex

Electric car Ford Reflex

The Ford Reflex (or REFL3X, as written on the vehicle name) is a concept car at the 2006 North American International Auto Show presented, which, according to Ford, "proves small cars can be bold and Americans." It is a technological showcase that includes the solar panel powered headlights, integrated child seat, mounted Baby Cam with a dashboard display, inflatable rear safety belts and an interior of natural rubber outsole made of Nike sports shoes reassured. A production version of the Reflex design has not yet been announced. It has a modern diesel - electric hybrid engine with a new generation of lithium-ion batteries deliver up to 65 miles per U.S. gallon (3.6 L/100 km, 78 mpg IMP) of diesel fuel and the vehicle can accelerate from 0 up to help 60 mph (97 km / h) in 7 seconds.


Ford e-Ka

Electric car Ford e-Ka

In Latin America, the Ka was a facelift in 2003 and is now slightly different externally to the European model, the most noticeable difference is on the back, with more light. The remaining deviations from the European model are the very short gearbox and the lack of soundproofing, gradually removed each year by reducing since 2000, when an opportunity cost, what other Brazilian automobile manufacturer has before. It is either a 94 hp (70 kW, 95 HP) ROCAM Zetec 1.6-liter gasoline engine or a 64.2 hp (48 kW, 65 HP) ROCAM Zetec 1.0-liter gasoline engine, both are powered Four -cylinder units. 108.600 Kas have been sold in Brazil since July 2002, without counting the sales since 1997 (the start) in Brazil.


General Motors Hy-wire

Electric car General Motors Hy-wire

By hydrogen fuel cell propulsion system by the Hy-Wire car used in the traditional layout has been revised. Constructed without the need for a conventional engine block and transmission system operators on the steering column and pedals mechanical connection through the power of the car, and one electric motor are coupled to a flat skateboard configuration. This is done so the car is the focus, but especially to standardize to reduce vehicle propulsion systems. Since all the propulsion and energy storage systems are in the skateboard designers are accommodated free, but the passenger compartment shall think fit. This enables a very flexible vehicle configurations such as a 4-door sedan, mini van or even a small bus, are provided on the same drive system, with the only difference is the shape of the upper body of the vehicle and the position of the seats. The skateboard itself contains crumple zones similar to conventional cars.


General Motors Sequel

Electric car General Motors Sequel

The Sequel is a hydrogen fuel cell - powered concept car and sport utility vehicle developed by General Motors, the use of the latest generation of Opel HydroGen3 technology. The sequel will be a drive-by-wire system. It has a series of three hundred miles, and its only emission is water. He debuted in 2005 at the North American International Auto Show and is now at the 75th International Auto Show in Geneva, Switzerland will be shown. GM CEO Rick Wagoner and Chief Executive proposed that there will be more than a decade before it goes into production. GM announced, 11 September 2006, that is their continuation of four-wheel drive fuel cell vehicle a Chevrolet. Presented to the next generation of the hydrogen car was at the Detroit auto show in 2005 and was then called "GM Sequel," the revised version of the crossover was founded by Larry Burns, GM Vice President responsible for R & D introduced and product planning.