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>> We're definitely living in the gold rush of electric cars. EV Innovations used to just retrofit gas cars with electric motors, but now at the New York show they unveiled their own planned line of electric vehicles. This one's called the Wave. It'll have either one or two wheels in the back, they aren't sure yet, and this space transporter look that almost always spells pipe dream. They say it would cost thirty five thousand dollars and go a hundred and seventy miles on a charge. Impressive. Its big brother is the Inizio, shown here without a body, which they haven't finished yet, but promising zero to sixty in under four seconds, a two hundred mile range, and a price tag of about a hundred and forty thousand dollars, similar to a Tesla Roadster, except that car goes farther, goes faster, and does it for less money. I'd be lying if I didn't say we smell the stink of viper ware around this booth.
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