Phillipine's all-electric Eagle G-car takes flight
GMA news, a TV station in the Philippines, announced that there's a new EV designed and made in the Philippines. Apparently, the car is inspired by the eagle that you can see in the country's flag and Domenick pointed us to it.
Performance is quite modest, but better than some quadracycles sold in Europe: a body made from fiberglass, able to reach 60 km/h (about 35 mph) and able to run 80 km (50 miles) on a charge. Yes, the announcement was Tagalog but the numbers were said in English. Prices range from 140,000 to 280,000 pesos (about 3,300 to 6,600 USD) but I couldn't tell what options are available.
[Source: GMA News]
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