http://a11news.com/129/solar-powered-car/ – I just saw that today, it goes 45mph, up to 40 miles on one charge. Now that guy built that from normal batteries and a costco solar panel.
I believe there are electric cars that will get maybe 100/200 miles tops, not sure…
I know for a fact though, would be easy and probably already in existance for lithium type huge batteries, etc. And w/ solar panels, etc. Could easily make cars that get 500-1000 miles per charge and run at 65/70mph using ZERO fuel.
I’m hoping some startup company begins this, with major public eye, investors, and public plans so corrupt government can’t knock him off, and rapes all the autocompanies in sales for them supporting big oil. This company would grow super fast, and also hope everybody realizes that you should NOT purchase from the existing major manufactorers who are purposely holding back, after this trend starts and is unstoppable. What are your thoughts on why its taking so long forthistostart?
I know we have the technology right now, to do this stuff, nothing new needs be done. Yet president bushit says automakers have 10 years to add 10mpg economy and our only hope is destroying alaska. WRONG thats HIS only hope/and big oil to keep raping people and getting bigger mansions.
Why is there a car, a FANCY SPORTS CAR, for $ 100,000 that goes zero to 60 in 3.9 seconds and gets 220 per charge, yet no basic 20,000 to 40,000 car that slowly goes to 65/70mph and gets that 220 (prob 400 w/ not pushing the car so hard) mile charge or more?
Proves the technology is there, yet how many will spend over 100,000 for a fancy sports car, when those who have that money don’t care bout gas prices.
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