Duracar Quicc! Diva – Click above for high-res image gallery
When last we heard from the Quicc DiVa from DuraCar, it was still being referred to as the Innovan and had many bridges to cross, many mountains to climb. In the intervening months, the little Dutch van has garnered a "Most Promising Technology" award, millions of euros in investment capital from Econcern and an air of sophistication which should come in handy as it officially premieres at the upcoming 2008 Paris Motor Show. The project has even attracted the man behind the Smart, Johann Tomford
If you thought that the Dutch only were known in the auto industry because of their cool DAF cars from the '60s, (which, by the way, had a very clever CVT system), they're out to prove you wrong. The Netherlands has a manufacturer that has a very interesting EV that looks to be ready in April. It's called the duraCar Innovan, and it's made from light recyclable fiber.
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