Who killed the electric car?

After seeing the great documentary, Who killed the electric Car? I was dismayed to read this, Smithsonian Kills the Electric Car:

After revoking and destroying their EV1s, General Motors gave a handful of them to museums as historical pieces. Now, the only fully intact EV1 on display has been removed from view at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C., to make room for a robotic VW Touareg designed by Stanford University, what the Washington Post called a “high-tech SUV.”

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One Response to Who killed the electric car?

  1. Aww… That’s too bad. Documentaries like Who Killed The Electric Car? are good stuff. Just like reading new reports like the one on teenage driving behaviors. As a parent, this kind of data has certainly helped me out.

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