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    Quick Spin: 2011 Think City

    Bankruptcy Brings This EV's Range To Zero We're all passionate about saving the world, but the amount of enthusiasm we each have is different for everybody. What's your passion level? Let's turn the question into a sliding scale; on one end sits, say, BP, while on the other end, we find Ed ...

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    Report: Think Global files for bankruptcy

    When Ener1 abruptly ended its four-year-long deal with Think Global, saying that its investment was "impaired," we had reason to worry. Now comes word that the struggles continue to mount at Think Global and that the automaker has filed for bankruptcy. Again. According to a statement released by ...

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    Think offering select City EVs in "inventory clearance" sale for as low as $17,995*

    Would you be willing to part with $36,495 to own an electric Think City? If the words sticker shock come to mind, then how does $17,995* sound? Thankfully, there are deals like this to be had. Right now, Think is offering select City EVs in its "inventory clearance" sale for as low as $17,995*. ...

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    EV Cup calendar brings electric racing, former Stig to California [w/video]

    It's said that racing improves the breed, and if ever there was a breed of vehicles that needs improving, it's electric ones. The EV Cup is a racing series designed to encourage this very thing, and the announcement of its official 2011 inaugural calendar reveals dates at Laguna Seca in November ...

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    Think recalling 850 City EVs over braking issue in "extremely" wet conditions

    Even though U.S. production of the Think City started off well the other day, all is not fine in Think land. The company is recalling 850 City cars throughout Europe because the brakes on the electric car can weaken under "extremely humid conditions." A Think representative told AutoblogGreen, ...

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    REPORT: New auto assembly plant to be announced this week... perhaps for Th!nk?

    Financially struggling Norwegian EV maker Th!nk has been saying for some time that it wants to build some of its cars in in the United States. That announcement could come as soon as this week in Louisana. In a report published in Louisiana newspaper The News Star, factory owner Jim Davison will ...


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