Electric Vehicle

  • BMW i3

    BMW i3

    Sporting a futuristic exterior that’s draped with sexy characters lines, the all-new BMW i3 is the automaker’s first fully-electric Bimmer. The i3 packs an electric motor paired to a single transmission, and a 22kWh lithium-ion battery pack that will go nearly 100 miles on a single hit. With a 170 horsepower and 184 pound-feet of torque, expect the i3 to go from naught to sixty in seven seconds. 

  • Ford Fusion Energi

    Ford Fusion Energi

    A premium performance and highly attractive “green” addition to the Ford family, the Ford Fusion Energi is a plug-in hybrid that sports a 2-liter 4-cylinder engine which hooks up with a lithium-ion battery powered electric motor. A host of features to keep the family safe include anti-lock brakes with panic assist, AdvanceTrac electronic stability and traction control plus LED tail lamps. It’ll give you 41 MPG out on the highway and an extra three in the city.

  • Renault Twizy

    Renault Twizy

    Sure to raise an appreciative smile even among ardent muscle-car-lovin’-petrol-heads, the Renault Twizy may be small, but it’s no shrinking violet. Bursting with character, it sports a unique open body design that houses an electric motor that will power the car for over 60 miles on full and that can be charged from a domestic outlet. Not for drivers that don’t like being stared at.

  • Detroit Electric SP:01

    Detroit Electric SP:01

    The world’s fastest electric vehicle, the Detroit Electric SP:01 will do nought to sixty a mind-blowing three and a half seconds and reach a top speed of 155mph. A lightweight battery pack is housed in a super-light carbon fiber body and produces enough juice to last for nearly 200 miles. Best of all, it only takes four hours to charge. Worst of all, they’re only making 999. What’s wrong with a thousand?