AutoBlogGreen drives the Kurrent from American Electric Vehicle
AutoblogGreen got invited to the Ferndale, MI home of American Electric Vehicle the other day and got to drive their stylish new neighborhood electric vehicle, the Kurrent. Sure it's no Bentley Flying Spur, or even a Smart ForTwo. But if you're looking for a little battery powered vehicle to get across campus, or hop down to your neighborhood grocery store for an extra six-pack and Doritos, it's a well-equipped, relatively inexpensive choice, complete with seat belts, doors, and a radio included. All this standard equipment is unusual in NEVs, and this thing is way better than a typical golf cart. Go check out the factory tour and driving impressions at ABG.
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