Electric cars from the defunct Coda company are going for fire sale prices online.
The Coda One really shines for people who prefer traditional phone ergonomics over a smartphone and performs reasonably well as a wireless speaker phone, but it does not quite make it as a portable music player.
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Electric carmaker Coda rolled out electric vehicles to customers in California this weekend.
Coda Automotive has started to deliver its all-electric, five-passenger, midsize sedan over the weekend to initial customers. All early reservation holders were selected based on the vehicle specifications they requested. Each will receive a numbered plaque located on the center console and custom keychain.
Looking for a beachhead in the fledgling grid storage business, electric carmaker Coda opens a business unit to build battery systems for the grid.
Coda showed off its electric sedan at the 2012 North American International Auto Show. This new electric car is built in China, with final assembly in the U.S.
At the 2012 Detroit auto show, CNET's Wayne Cunningham takes a look at the 2012 Coda Sedan, an all-electric sedan with no-frills tech.
GE's WattStation EV charger will become the recommended charger for Coda's all-electric sedans, which are just starting production and will compete with the Nissan Leaf and Ford Focus.
Coda Holdings starts production of its electric sedan priced at $39,900, excluding $10,000 off in U.S. and California incentives, and boosts its battery warranty to 10 years.
Automaker plans to start out selling to fleets to "get a feel of how we are doing," the CEO says, before selling to consumers. "Our plan is to go slowly," he says.