Electric Vectrix Maxi Scooter And More

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The Vectrix electric maxi-scooter is the world’s first high-performance electric two-wheel vehicle that doesn’t need frequent oil changes, gasoline and doesn’t emit harmful pollutants.

It reaches a top speed of 62 mph and can travel up to 70 miles per single charge. The maxi-scooter is now available for pre-order through the Green Car Company, which also carries a few other electrical travel vehicles.

The Green Car Company also carries some interesting green transportation products powered by electricity, such as bikes, scooters and industrial transporters. They also carry electric vehicles like the Xebra Electric 3 Wheel that is very unique. The cars come in a variety colors, including a zebra print?! (see below) The models start at $10,500 and if you are interested in a truck those start a little higher, $11,900.

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2 Responses to “Electric Vectrix Maxi Scooter And More”

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  2. [...] Although, the bike only appears to reach a top speed of 50mph with a price tag of $14,995 for a limited carbon model or standard price of $11,995. The bike plans to hit stores in 2008 and will be the world’s first production of a zero-emission and battery powered electric motorcycle. [...]

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