2-door 2-seater saloon.

Yet another well-meaning but unsuccessful attempt to sell battery-powered commuter car. Backed by Electricity Council (well, they would, wouldn't they?) who took 65 cars, but it flopped miserably with public. Far too expensive (£2808 in mid-seventies when Mini was under £1000), with short range. Car had space-frame and aluminium panelling, but engine had only 8bhp, marginal performance and 40 mile range. Who needed it? Even less successful than the Sinclair C5.

Technical Specifications
battery powered electric motor
Rear engine, rear-wheel drive
Production dates
1968 to 1971
Number produced
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