ECOmove has released a third prototype of its Qbeak electric city vehicle, and it says that this time it is “very close” to the finished version, which is to be ready in 2014.
This version of the Qbeak is lighter than its predecessors, which should translate into increased range, provided that its battery capacity and efficiency were not reduced.
The Qbeak is to come in a variety of models, with driving ranges from 125 miles to 190 miles per charge.
Source: Autoblog Green
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