Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Who Killed the Electric Car

A guest article by StuntDad

I’ve always been fascinated by the "activist documentary." Classic films like Roger and Me and the more recent Super Size Me did an amazing job shedding light on corporations that have made decisions that they weren’t so proud of.

Sony Pictures Classics has a new documentary about a pure electric concept car that had great potential, but was eventually pulled and seemingly covered up.

Click the play button below to watch the trailer…


StuntMom said...

What ever happened to milk in a bag? Does the government, big business and my inlaws just hate the environment?

Thanks for the post stuntDAD. (how did you get into my website anyway?)

Smart_AJ said...

Electric Cars are Alive and Well at ZAP www.zapworld.com ZP (NYSE). A California based company, who has been importing, retrofitting and distributing the Smart car for the last year, is the only car company who is selling a Chinese manufactured car in the US the 100% electric Xebra city car. It can reach speeds of up to 40 mph, has a range of up to 40 miles and takes 6-8 hours to fully recharge. And charges with your standard 110V outlet.

StuntMom said...

Thanks for the info