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Condition:Used Conditions & Options:LI,4.4 PartNumber:319 Genuine OEM:Yes Mileage:175000 Interchange Part Number:319-67285 Model:745LI Inventory ID:263812 Year:2004 Designation:Used GTIN:Does not apply Stock #:141982

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Toyota FT-EV II – it’s the Jetsons!

Tue, 06 Oct 2009 00:00:00 -0700

The Toyota FT-EV II Electric city car concept As we reported earlier, Toyota believe electric cars have no future, apart from as short-range, low power city runarounds or as commercial vehicles. So the Toyota FT-EV II is exactly what Toyota believes the EV future is – a small, slow city car. Toyota say of the FT-EV – “… (its) design and technology look to a future society where EVs will be in common use, among a range of different means of transport that will reflect user requirements, the type of energy used and the local energy supply infrastructure”.

Bentley Supersports ‘ISR’ Convertible (2011) at 2011 Geneva motor show

Mon, 28 Feb 2011 00:00:00 -0800

The new Bentley Continental GT is on sale, and it’s a little while yet before we see a new drop-top GTC or Flying Spur limo, so at the VW Group’s 2011 Geneva motor party Bentley revealed a limited-run Supersports Convertible. Just 100 Bentley Supersports ‘Ice Speed Record’ Convertibles will ever be made. There is, but this is the Ice Speed Record Supersports Convertible, built to celebrate Bentley's recent, err, ice speed record; just a few weeks ago, on the frozen Baltic Sea just off the coast of Finland, four-time world rally champ Juha Kankkunen drove a Supersports Convertible to 205mph.

Tesla finishes coast-to-coast Supercharger installs

Thu, 23 Jan 2014 00:00:00 -0800

Tesla has delivered on its promise of an all-electric coast-to-coast trip being possible by this winter, activating the 69th and 70th Superchargers in its growing network. But, while it's technically possible to drive a Tesla Model S from New York to Los Angeles, the route itself is a bit... unusual.