A small group of dedicated volunteers is crossing the country in low speed electric vehicles to raise funds for military veterans.
A new low speed electric vehicle has debuted which prices for up to $13,000 and has a range of up to 100 miles, depending upon configuration.
A new electric car company, Alvarez Electric Motors, has sprung up in California and looks to open a nationwide network of low speed electric vehicle dealerships.
Greentech Automotive out of Mississippi has debuted MyCar, its offering in the low speed electric vehicle market that aims for the Made in America moniker.
Toyota has debuted in Japan the cute COMS ultra-compact electric vehicle, showcasing what can be done to make an over glorified golf cart sexy.
Great Lakes Echo, in its EarthTechling debut, checks out the growth of low speed electric vehicles in small communities as safety concerns still linger.
According to Pike Research, the low-speed electric vehicle market will continue to grow over the next five years for those wanting vehicles going under 25 MPH.
Who knew Chrysler was a category leader? It is, with low-speed electrics, and for 2011 its GEM line is getting an LCD screen with energy-monitoring technology.
The new 2Five is a quiet, efficient neighborhood vehicle that can double as a golf cart, boasting a high-efficiency DC engine, hydraulic disc brakes, regenerative braking and more.
Low speed electric vehicles, sometimes made fun of for their under 35 mile per hour limitation, are about to get a significant bump in pay grade via the slick Italian-made Tazzari Zero.
Low speed electric vehicle maker Wheego, betting consumers will want to take its Whip vehicle for a spin at higher speeds, is preparing a full speed version (65 MPH) for release later this year.