2144Electric Vehicles are a fact of the future,no way around it
- May 5, 2004Well said. This world will be using something besides
gasoline engines in under or at most 30years, If I did
my figures correct,& the amount of known crede
reported is correct. I'm only 63,so I might live to
see mostly EV's on the road.I have read, that Roudolpy
Diesel,was working on a way for the farmer's,to raise
thier own fuel,when he invented the Diesel Cycle
Engine. I recall a talk that my brother in law,& I had
in the 60's, about Front Wheel Drive. I said it would
be the way the auto industry would go,for the large
part. He didn't think so. We had very few Radial tires
at the time,that made a big difference. Regards to
--- manuel grimaud <medman9it@...> wrote:
> Well written MURDOCH,__________________________________
> This is why I say lets get the bull by the
> horns...us the meek.
> Check out www.treffpunktzukunft.com
> Site in german but if you brouze a bit anyone can
> get the gist of the potential of this EV..
> Lead acid batteries can propell a small EV at 120kmh
> for 120km.
> Company had to refrain from production and now is
> selling EV as patent /under license to interested
> The problem is that the car manufacturing companies
> keep promissing high tech (illusive) EV that they do
> not want to materialize for a number of reasons.
> Mainly because as long as they keep promissing they
> keep to benefit from governemental funding.
> So, please do not think that I am in any way biased
> as regards to the EV I refere to. It is simply that
> there are some 140 units on the road which I have
> tested personally.
> Lead acid batteries are here and cheap. NOW.
> The EV works and has been on the roads of Germany
> for more that 7 years.
> BUT production was halted some 3 years ago due to
> pressure from car makers there.
> Thank you
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