Vista Engineering to offer cheap-ish 30-mile plug-in hybrid conversions
VET, a Richland,WA-based firm, claims that its plug-in hybrid conversion kits, estimated to cost between $5,000 and $10,000, can transform your ride into a vehicle that relies mainly on battery power for short commutes while still having the capability to travel long distances with the assistance of the gasoline engine. VET has not provided specific info on the conversion kits, but the engineering firm claims that the 30-mile electric range results from the installation of a significantly large battery pack. If you are interested in converting your gas-electric over to a plug-in hybrid, hit up the VET site for more info.
[Source: The Spokesman Review]
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