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We've taken a pretty in-depth look at Chrysler's three most visible electric or range-extended concepts already, leaving just the neighborhood electric vehicle from its GEM division to peer into. First, those three letters now stand for GreenEcoMobility, much more interesting than Global Electric Motorcars, which is what it stood for until now. What's in a name, anyway... Moving along, Chrysler showed off the new GEM Peapod, a low-speed electric vehicle designed primarily for city use. Unlik

Electric vehicles have been generating ink in many directions, from the high-end sports cars like Tesla to the futuristic Venturi Eclectic. The grass-roots popularity of "Who Killed the Electric Car" has prompted many eco-motorists to simply build their own at home.