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EcoV Electric Readies $12K Low-Speed EV

November 27, 2013

Photo via EcoV.
Photo via EcoV.

Detroit-based EcoV Electric has completed a production prototype of its EcoV low-speed electric vehicle it plans to sell in a base model for $11,999, the company announced on its website.

The company is seeking to raise $10 million in private capital in nine months so it can begin production of the car-like vehicle.

The EcoV costs 50 cents to recharge using a standard wall outlet. It has a range of 25 to 40 miles on a single charge.

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