The limited edition model, called the London G-Wiz i, sports alloy wheels, a leather interior and an upgraded sound system. With a top speed of 50 miles per hour and a range of only 48 miles, the G-Wiz is most at home tooling around city centers. Londoners interested in ordering the limited edition G-Wiz i – only 25 will be built – will need to cough up £12,995 ($20,283 U.S. at the current exchange rate) to drive one home.
Rudi Schogger, managing director of GoinGreen, said in a statement that the G-Wiz is deeply tied to England's capital, stating:
[Source: Goin Green]London has taken the G-Wiz to heart and there are now well over 1,000 on the city's streets. GoinGreen is the pioneer of zero emissions electric driving in London, launching the G-Wiz in 2004 and the vehicle is now recognisably associated with the Capital and has raised London's profile as a leader in the adoption of electric vehicles. Having already done two design collaborations; with Eley Kishimoto and Ella Doran, we thought it about time that we commissioned a design that seals the relationship between G-Wiz and London.