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French NEV manufacturer Microcar has unveiled a new all-electric model for its range. The model, called M.Go features up to four variants depending on battery capacity and maximum speeds. There's even an M.Go in two "No-Driver's-License" versions, with a maximum speed of 45km/h (30mph) ranging 110 or 150 km (75 or 90 miles) and two "regular" versions, able to reach 70 km/h - barely suitable for highways - with 80 or 110 km range (55 or 75 miles). The good news is that these cars can be recharged from almost any power outlet at home (at least 16 A, like for a washing machine). Prices haven't been announced yet, but it'll be on the market during the first quarter of 2009.


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