06 Jun '11, 5pm

Treehugger: 140mph Electric "Wind-powered" Superbike ^PS

Treehugger: 140mph Electric "Wind-powered" Superbike ^PS

While many people were excited about a project that could further demonstrate the potential of electric vehicles, some were concerned about yet another toy for the rich as opposed to a practical mode of transportation, and yet others were derisive of the idea that it was "wind powered". (Though as I've said before, given the number of wind turbines Mr Vince has built, and the fact he is powering his car using electricity from green sources, I am inclined to give him a pass on that one.) I suspect that the Ion Horse project will be similarly divisive.

Full article: http://www.treehugger.com/files/2011/06/140mph-electric-w...

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