Coda Automotive out of California, hoping to make ends meet through its electric sedan, instead finds itself sadly entering the electric car dead pool.
For a limited time California electric car company Coda Automotive is offering a free level 2 electric vehicle charger for those who buy one of its EVs.
Coda Automotive out of California finally rolls its all-electric sedan off of the production line, entering a crowded green car market with a vehicle it hopes is a winner.
For the price-sensitive who don’t have far to go, Coda introduces a second electric sedan model with limited range and lower price.
Los Angeles-based Coda Automotive recently announced production of their new, flagship all-electric sedan, as the company has traveled some twists and turns.
Apparently old auto industry hands still have a role to play in the companies of the future as EV startup CODA hires a GM veteran as its new CEO.
After a rocky few months, the small EV startup Coda hopes that a $76 million infusion will help it get production rolling this year.
An electric car with room for five and a dependable 90-120 mile range, the Coda Sedan will be featured at California Hertz locations in 2011.
The CODA Sedan, which boasts a range of 120 miles across all driving conditions, will be available in Hawaii starting at the end of 2011.