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Think launches production of lithium ion version of City electric vehicle

Norwegian electric vehicle builder Think has finally launched production of the lithium-ion battery version of its City EV. The 22 kilowatt-hour battery pack is being supplied by Indiana-based Enerdel which owns an equity stake in Think. Enerdel is now in full volume production of the new battery pack which, should allow Think to ramp up vehicle production and expand into continental Europe and then the United States later this year.

DC 2010: Think says 15 minutes is just right for fast charging

Think City – Click above for high-res image gallery

EnerDel shows off battery production facility, plans for $237 million expansion

EnerDel's Fisher, IN facility – Click above for high-res image gallery

Think CEO Richard Canny talks about Indiana plant deal, electric car plans for the U.S.

Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels (left) and Think CEO Richard Canny – Click above to enlarge

Out of bankruptcy, Think announces new Board of Directors

Electric vehicle maker Think announced a new Board of Directors today, bringing together some of the people who guided the once-troubled automaker through its recent bankruptcy.

Ener1: Think's possible bankruptcy not a problem. Yet

Click above for high-res gallery of the EnerDel Th!nk City

EDTA 2008: EnerDel's Th!nk City

Click above for high-res gallery of the EnerDel Th!nk City