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6 Electric Cars Coming Soon [pics]

Here are six electric cars on their way to showrooms across the world.

  • <p><iframe src="http://digg.com/api/diggthis.php?u=http://digg.com/autos/6_Electric_Cars_Coming_Soon_PICS" align="right" frameborder="0" height="82" scrolling="no" width="55"></iframe>The California carmaker has already delivered some 50 $109,000 two-seat Roadsters, but has put off plans for a $60,000 family car.  </p>
  • <p>The Prius maker is developing a plug-in version to hit the U.S. market by 2012. Test versions have had electric range of under 10 miles.</p>
  • <p>Chrysler showed three plug-in electrics in September: a Chrysler minivan, a Dodge, and a Jeep. It intends to produce one of them in 2010. </p>
  • <p>CEO Carlos Ghosn wants Nissan to be the first big carmaker to sell a zero-emission car in the U.S. It' s testing a Renault-based prototype.</p>
  • <p>In China, BYD - Warren Buffett is an investor - plans to roll out the hybrid F6DM by the end of 2008, followed in 2009 by the all-electric F6E.</p>
  • <p>It's a standard-sized Mini Cooper, with only a few tweaks: the backseat has been replaced by big lithium-ion batteries charged by AC Propulsion, and the purely-electric car runs completely silent on the road. </p>
  • 01 /06

    The California carmaker has already delivered some 50 $109,000 two-seat Roadsters, but has put off plans for a $60,000 family car.

  • 02 /06

    The Prius maker is developing a plug-in version to hit the U.S. market by 2012. Test versions have had electric range of under 10 miles.

  • 03 /06

    Chrysler showed three plug-in electrics in September: a Chrysler minivan, a Dodge, and a Jeep. It intends to produce one of them in 2010.

  • 04 /06

    CEO Carlos Ghosn wants Nissan to be the first big carmaker to sell a zero-emission car in the U.S. It' s testing a Renault-based prototype.

  • 05 /06

    In China, BYD - Warren Buffett is an investor - plans to roll out the hybrid F6DM by the end of 2008, followed in 2009 by the all-electric F6E.

  • 06 /06

    It's a standard-sized Mini Cooper, with only a few tweaks: the backseat has been replaced by big lithium-ion batteries charged by AC Propulsion, and the purely-electric car runs completely silent on the road.

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