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    Official: Is this 1,000-mile EV for real? [w/video]
    Phinergy and Alcoa show off a modified Citroen C1 with two battery types 1401839700

    If the groups behind it are to be believed, this little electric vehicle could travel 1,000 miles on a single charge. Battery developer Phinergy and metal manufacturer Alcoa have teamed up to demonstrate their aluminum-air battery in a small electric vehicle at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in ...

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    UK's CABLED project adds 2 wireless charge-capable Citroen C1s

    Arup, leader of the UK's CABLED (Coventry and Birmingham Low Emission Vehicle Demonstrators) project that is trialing at least 110 plug-in vehicles, has added two Citroen C1 electric vehicles into the mix, each fitted with the HaloIPT's wireless charging technology. Neil Butcher, Arup's project ...

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    Lithium-ion battery supplier Axeon will make new pack for C1 Ev'ie

    The converted Citroën C1 Ev'ie will someday get a better battery thanks to Axeon, Europe's largest independent lithium-ion battery systems supplier. The current C1 Ev'ie, offered by the Electric Car Corporation, has been available since last April and has a range of more than 60 miles and a ...

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    All-electric Citro√ęn C1 ev'ie goes on sale in UK tomorrow

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    A new, four-seat all-electric car is about to go on sale in the UK. Based on the Citroën C1, the Citroën C1 ev'ie is converted to electric power by the Electric Car Corporation Plc. ECC is accepting orders for the £16,850 vehicle starting tomorrow. ...

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    Video: CitroŽn apes The Italian Job at Sexy Green Car Show

    Click on the image to watch the videoWho says that frugal and fun can't go together in the same sentence? It could be argued that using Minis -- both classic and current -- in the chase scenes of the movie(s) The Italian Job made them fairly eco-friendly already... well, at least as friendly as a ...

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    CitroŽn says its cheaper to drive in the UK today than it was in 2000

    Click on the image to enlargeWe're driving, driving, driving like it's nineteen-ninety-nine. Well, not exactly, but Citroën says that owners of its cars in the UK may actually be driving for less money per mile on average than they did eight years ago. Here in the states, gas was ...

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    CitroŽn offers 20 models that would be exempt from revised London Congestion Charge

    All of Citroën's C1 City cars and some C2 and C3 models will be exempt under proposed rules changes to the London Congestion charge. In all, 20 Citroën models would be exempt. The vehicles fall into the Tax Band B, which is a category of vehicles that emit less than 120 grams of CO2 per ...


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