ExxonMobil/Electrovaya's electric car, the Maya 300, gets detailed tomorrow
According to Green Tech Media, the Maya 300 uses li-ion batteries to go about 60 miles per 8-10 hour charge from a standard outlet. The car should be available in 2011 for something like $20,000-$25,000. For $30,000-$35,000, a 120-mile range version will also be available. When it was first announced, the Maya 300 was called an NEV. Considering the price, GTM believes that the car might be more than that now. We should find out more tomorrow and when the car is displayed at the National Motor Vehicle and Aviation Workshop in Chicago in late July.
As for AltCar, the carsharing program will initially be available at the Maryland Science Center in Baltimore, MD and will be open to residents and tourists to rent at Maya 300 by the hour. Thanks to John H. for the tip!
Update: Photo now shows current Maya 300 incarnation.
[Source: Green Tech Media, Green Car Congress, All Cars Electric, Exxon]
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