Thursday, January 29, 2009

Shredding Electric Cars

"Who killed the electric car?"
In the late 1990s, General Motors sold an electric car that traveled 300 miles on a charge, could be fully charged in an hour, and could be operated for the equivalent of 60 cents per gallon.

No oil filters, no oil changes, no emissions, no trips to the gas station.

So what did they do?

When it became apparent the marketplace actually wanted these cars, it rounded then all up and destroyed them.

Not a conspiracy theory. This is what actually happened.

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