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For $39 milion, Northern Lights Electric orders 150 all-electric E-Range SUVs for Scandinavia

by Sebastian Blanco (RSS feed) on Mar 23rd, 2011 at 10:54AM

In mid-2008, Liberty Electric Cars announced it would invest £30 million ($49 million U.S. at today's exchange rates) in a large-scale electric vehicle conversion project, like with tens of thousands of vehicles. It took over two years, but the first all-electric E-Range, based on the iconic Range Rover, became real in late 2010. Each E-Range has a giant, 75 kWh lithium polymer batterry and can go for up to 200 miles per charge. All this capability comes at a cost: £160,000 ($261,000) per vehicle. This makes the purchase announced today by our friends at the Icelandic... Read More

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