Τριαντάφυλλος Καραγιάννης October 31, 2011 05:16 AM That\'s all nice and good... But right now we\'ve only seen approaches to the two extremes of the market. The very-boring-but-economical (mainly by the big brands) or the very-sporty-and-insanely-expensive (mainly by everybody else) ends. Has NOBODY seen the need for a mid-sized sedan/hatchback with decent performance? (Honda played nice with the CR-Z, but something a lil roomier?) Something like an EV/hybrid equivalent of the Honda Civic 1.8. Basically 140-160bhp combined, good handling and with decent room, both for passengers and in the boot. Slowburn October 31, 2011 06:07 AM When an electric car completes The 24 Hours of Le Mans equal to or better than the winner of the least of the ICE powered classes, and the consumer EVs are sold without subsidies I will consider buying one. Mike Thompson October 31, 2011 07:24 AM The many years of Solar racing in Australia are now paying of,well done ! Plunder October 31, 2011 07:56 AM I would welcome a practical compact electric car with good range and really fast recharging capacity. The technology for really fast charging is in development, we just have not seen it yet. liam October 31, 2011 10:29 AM @Trian Karayiannis - Have a look at the Tesla Sedan (Model S) option which should be launched fairly soon, I think you will find it is exactly what you are referring to! The Honda CRZ is joke, a whole 10Kw is electrical power! The technology exists to go directly to a reliable Electric, look at the EV-1 from GM, the only problem is that major car manufacturers have found another way of squeezing more money out of us - The Hybrid. Especially when it comes to the electrically assisted Internal combustion type hybrids - Why bother? The Range extending type hybrids which are essentially EV\'s with a gas generator in the boot/trunk, are at least a step in the right direction. Here\'s a big thumbs up to all the privateers \"smaller companies\" out there who are the ones truly pushing the boundaries! Robert Fox October 31, 2011 02:30 PM Regarding tivoli electrical insufficiencies, this car looks really great. Gregg Eshelman November 1, 2011 05:40 AM Still designing cars that look pretty much like the McLaren M6GT. The Manta Montage was the best looking of the many M6GT replicas. This also resembles one of the cars built by Saker in New Zealand. The Saker\'s doors open the same way. Mark A November 3, 2011 01:52 AM Fantastic auto.. another great car only a handful of people on earth car afford. Todd Dunning November 4, 2011 09:22 PM It\'s an RCR SL-C Coupe, google it. Steve Allanson November 22, 2011 05:14 AM great 150K\'s then a 12 hour recharge is it.