Paris 2008: Eco & Mobility present the Simpli-City and Next-�re
The two cars are both made with recyclable materials including hemp fiber and share many components which are mostly sourced close to the area where they were produced. The Simpli-City (on the left) seats three to four people while the Next-ère is built for two. They are said to have a range between 80 and 150 Km (50 to 90 miles) depending on the type of battery used. Top speed is 55 Mph which is as fast as we think anyone in their right mind would want to go in these. The pair are meant to be sold under the brand Electrique Llinarès Véhicule (ELV) and have a target price of €5,000 ($6,834). We are pretty sure we won't be seeing either on our shores any time soon. Bonus video after the jump featuring Mme Royal, the Simpli-City, Next-ère and the Friendly in Paris.
[Source: Région Poitou-Charentes / Eco & Mobility]
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