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Published on May 7th, 2014 | by Zachary Shahan


Nissan Highlights Quiet of Electric Cars By Racing Through Sleeping Town

May 7th, 2014 by  

This was a clever ad from Nissan. One of the few electric car ads that tries to make these cars look super sexy… which they are. Check it out and share with friends!

Nissan Highlights Quiet of Electric Cars By Running Parade Through Sleeping Town (via Green Living Ideas) Electric cars have many benefits: excellent efficiency, a super smooth ride, amazing acceleration, no tailpipe emissions, no reliance on foreign oil, the great convenience of never having to visit a gas station again (ability…

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  • jeffhre

    ” One of the keys to its high quality of life is the fact that about 50–60% of people bike to work.”

    I had the good fortune of attending school where it seemed most everyone biked, walked or rode public transport (converted London double decker buses). And there were huge “seas” of parking lots anyway.

    What if the remaining 40% – 50% walked or took quiet public transport (electric buses and trolleys) or EV’s to work – how would that affect the quality of life in Groningen?

    Oh wait, remind me again where the highest uptake of EVs in Europe (and possibly the world) is…

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