The 2010 Edison awards were announced last week and
Brammo were all winners for transportation related innovations.
GM received a silver Edison award for one of the most useful new features added to its
Onstar telematics system last year: the
stolen vehicle slowdown that allows the Onstar operators to remotely cut the engine power of a vehicle that has been reported stolen avoiding high speed chases.
Brammo also won a silver prize for its Enertia electric
motorcycle. The Enertia has a range of 40 miles on a charge and is available through selected Best Buy stores on the West Coast as well as from Brammo.
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