The all-electric car has all but died in the U.S. aside from a few rabid EV-1 fans throwing themselves in front of the car crushers that have made their zero emissions cars into coffee tables. India's REVA Electric Car Company still believes in the electric car and the wee-little NXG is proof. The 50 horsepower front-driver uses new 'Zebra' Sodium Nickel Chloride battery that holds a charge longer than the lead-acid cells generally found in electric vehicles. The NXG can go 124 miles between charges which dooms the concept to live in the city and helps keeps the electric car a dead idea here in the States.
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