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THINK'S City EV is now available with four seats and features air-conditioning as standard
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20 December 2010

Electric car company THINK now offers its micro City car as a four-seat version – a first for the company.

The latest generation of its pocket-sized electric vehicle features air-conditioning as standard and comes with a five-year warranty (or 60,000 miles – whichever comes first).

The addition of two extra seats – which stow away incidentally – makes the City “unquestionably, the most attractive EV on the market,” according to THINK marketing chief, Michael Lock.

The company claims an electric range of up to 100 miles on a single charge, and although not on sale in the UK yet - rather in Norway - it's hoped by the firm that it will be available some time in 2011.

Prices for the THINK City will start at around £23,500 when it arrives.

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philcUK 22 December 2010

Re: THINK City EV: room for four

considering they are asking the same amount of cash for it as the larger and more 'attractive' Nissan Leaf (that really is setting the bar pretty low) I cant imagine you seeing many of them on the road before the company folds. again.

Los Angeles 21 December 2010

Re: THINK City EV: room for four

One of Ferdinand Porsche's first inventions was an electric hub on all four wheels of a Benz. Even Ettore Bugatti went to work driving an electric car. The fact that the industry ignored development of EVs shows how much they will rest on the laurels (or SUVs and pick-ups) if left to do so.

sierra 21 December 2010

Re: THINK City EV: room for four

At least there are two more people to push it when the charge runs out!

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