It seems that America would be flooded by electric cars on 2010 and onwards as major car companies are already unveiling their latest hybrid or all electric vehicles at car shows. Nevertheless, Miles Electric would be introducing their electric sedan in 2010 and I can say that the car is rather of an oddball.
Nevertheless, the Miles Electric sedan won’t be cheap as it will cost consumers $45,000 to purchase one. Of course, you’ll still enjoy a cut in your Federal tax credit that can amount to $7,500, which brings the car price down to mid $30,000s.
On the other hand, the car is reportedly able to give you 90 to 120 miles drive per charge and 40 miles ride if you charge the batteries in 2 hours.
Take a look at the Miles Electric sedan.