The owner of Feel Good Cars says he plans to incorporate EEStor technology in his vehicles by 2008. Ian Clifford says a four-passenger sedan can "drive like a Ferrari" with the technology.
EEStor is a secretive company based in Texas that has been working on an "energy storage" device that outperforms batteries. Since chemicals are not involved, the EEStor device is technically not a battery but it reportedly stores much more electricity. It also charges quickly. EEStor doesn't say much about its product although the company has significant financial backing. One official did say," This is pretty much why we are here today, to compete with the internal combustion engine."
Clifford doesn't say if his Canadian-based company has contracted with EEStor, just that he has plans.