Jun 29, 2009

Nissan to offer Electric Cars for the Middle Class Incomes

What will electric car companies consider affordable now that America’s economic turmoil continues to spiral downward.

It appears that companies are realizing that zero emission electric vehicles should not just be for the “rich”. In May, Nissan announced that it would begin electric cars in the U.S. to be available in 2010. This week, they announced they would mass produce a zero-emissions electric car by 2012 that would be affordable.

According to an AP Nissan , “If it’s not affordable, it’s not gonna work. We are not going to come with a very high price. We are gonna come with a reasonable price,” he said. “We are here to mass market them.”

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