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Article by Jim Motavalli, in PlugInCars.com
Tesla Motors launched the Model S with three battery options—40, 60 and 85 kilowatt-hours. The 40-kwh pack was dropped last year before it ever went into production, because only five percent of buyers were opting for it. That says something interesting about Tesla, since consumers were saying no […]Full article →
from GreenPacks.org, May 2, 2013
Wheego Electric Cars have trundled on despite skepticism and lack of attention. Travelling on the other side of the road from the prominent Tesla Motors and Fisker Automotive, Wheego has managed to keep adding new dealers and whisking past regulatory hurdles.
The company owes its success, which […]Full article →
by Sebastian Blanco for AutoBlog Green, April 30, 2013
The trajectory of Wheego Electric Cars is light years away from the always-in-the-news Tesla Motors or the Congressional darlings Fisker Automotive. Despite the lack of attention, Wheego manages to keep on plugging away, adding new dealers and making it past regulatory hurdles. This low-key route is entirely […]Full article →
by Steven Karras for Web2Carz.com, August 21, 2012
Wheego Electric Cars first appeared on the scene in 2009 with a two-seat compact car called the Wheego Whip. The Georgia-based company has since begun to make a name for itself in the electric-car community and shows signs of longevity.
Web2Carz had […]Full article →
by Jim Motavalli for Mother Nature Network, March 13, 2012
Lots of other electric car companies are flashier, but this China/California hybrid has a hyper-cautious strategy that makes sense as the electric vehicle market gets off to a slow start.Full article →
by Jeremiah McWilliams for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Sept. 2, 2011
Atlanta is streamlining its tough permitting procedures to encourage apartment owners, families and businesses to install charging stations for electric cars.
Mayor Kasim Reed, auto dealers and owners of electric cars were on hand Wednesday morning for the opening of the city’s first public […]Full article →
Last year, Stephen Currie bought an electric car, the Wheego Whip, “probably for the usual reasons.”
Stephen Currie owns the Wheego Whip and plans to buy a Wheego Life when it rolls out late March. Currie bought his […]Full article →
by Richard Matthews for The Green Market, December 8, 2010
There is a new competitive environment emerging in the hybrid-electric automotive market. International partnerships are powering new automotive innovations. A host of unique business models are powering new battery car startups and new partnerships are enhancing their competitive positioning.
Fleet sales are key […]Full article →