Gallery: TRANSPORTATION TUESDAY: The Chrysler 200C EV Revealed

 

It is not often that surprises happen in the age of the Internet, but somehow Chrysler managed to keep a brand new electric vehicle under the radar until yesterday! During their presentation of upcoming electric vehicles at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Chrysler revealed the 200C EV – a stunning new extended-range concept car that will stand in direct competition against the Chevy Volt.

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  1. thewhale January 16, 2009 at 11:28 am

    Build it with the new cheap half the weight of steel carbon panels. They cost the same as steel and weigh half as much. They are 5 time stronger then steel. Half the weight means DOUBLE the Milage. Instead of trying to get even with everyone why don’t you guys try promoting something USEFUL Like AUTOS made from the carbon panels. YOU could double the gas milage of the American fleet in 5 years.

  2. whaletwin1 January 14, 2009 at 8:35 pm

    I’m curious to see the prices on these cars. I am holding out on our next car purchase until we can buy an EV. My husband won’t greenlight buying a Volt, and I am not ready to invest $100,000 plus for the Tesla!

  3. 3304hl January 14, 2009 at 9:43 am

    too bad Chrysler won’t be around to build it…

  4. Milieunet January 14, 2009 at 1:50 am

    yep, concept-cars are no sulution at all. Agree with Andrew: Barack Obama and his Green Dream Team should force Chrysler and other car-indstry to produce zero-emission cars. Just like the Cinese with BYD, Japanese with Toyota, Honda and others.

  5. andrew_h January 13, 2009 at 3:00 pm

    The US government should force Chrysler to put this car out next year, as a bit of ‘payback’ for the huge loan they just received.

    I’d buy one, and I can’t stand American made cars.

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