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AddWheego's low-key route to success includes new electric SUV

The trajectory of Wheego Electric Cars is light years away from the always-in-the-news Tesla Motors or the Congressional darlings Fisker Automotive. Despite the lack of attention, Wheego manages to keep on plugging away, adding new dealers and making it past regulatory hurdles. This low-key route is entirely by design.

AddAfter Think, BYD and Coda, Green Wheels ready to sell Wheego LiFe in Chicago

in 2012, Green Wheels, an eco-friendly car dealership in Chicago, sold "a ton" of Think City electric vehicles. Well, a ton for an underdog electric vehicle like the City, anyway, according to Green Wheels owner Doug Snower. The actual number was more like 50. Now, with the slow fade of Think – and the fact that Snower can't get any BYD e6 or Coda Sedans to sell – Green Wheels is gearing up to sell the Wheego LiFe alongside used hybrids and other used cars. The company has also sold

AddGetting NHTSA to sign off is biggest hurdle Wheego faces for now

As Wheego Electric Car has been experiencing, starting up a car manufacturing business is a very tough thing to do. Wheego is wending its way through acceptable compliance with Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards Regulations (FMVSSR) for its two-seat, all-electric Wheego Whip LiFe car. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration had granted Wheego a temporary exemption to the rules to allow for sales of the car as minor problems are being addressed and safety standards met. Earlier thi

AddHey look, a Wheego LiFe out in the wild

The Wheego LiFe has arrived at MC Electric Vehicles, a dealership in Seattle. The LiFe, an ultra-compact electric two-door that zips along at speeds of up to 65 miles per hour, could be considered a competitor to the Nissan Leaf, but we'd reckon it's not.

AddWill Tesla, Wheego and others lose airbag-related "hardship" exemption? *UPDATE

2010 Tesla Roadster Sport – Click above for high-res image gallery Tesla Motors, Lamborghini and a handful of other low-volume automakers may lose a "hardship" exemption that allows for the sale of vehicles with airbags that fail to comply with current U.S. safety standards. According to Automotive News (sub. req.), the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) may stop handing out waivers that allow vehicles without advanced airbags to be sold in the U.S.

AddWheego delivers first LiFe vehicle in time for Earth Day

First Wheego LiFe Delivery – Click above for high-res image

AddSurprise! Wheego Whip LiFe arriving late

Wheego Whip LiFe – Click above for high-res image gallery

AddWheego Whip LiFe receives EPA certification

Wheego Whip LiFe – Click above for high-res image gallery

AddVideo: Green Overdrive tests the Wheego Whip LiFe; walks aways disappointed

Wheego Whip LiFe – Click above to watch video after the jump

AddLA Auto Show preview: Wheego Whip LiFe electric car to hit the stage

Wheego Whip LiFe – Click above for high-res image gallery

AddDC 2010: Wheego unveils high-speed Whip, looks a lot like the LSV

Wheego Whip LiFe – Click above for high-res image gallery

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