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Electric Car Goes 60 Miles on $1.20 Worth of Electricity

EAE's Victor Juarez G. demonstrates Tsuru Numero Uno to local Tampa television station.

Published: 03-Mar-2008

Tampa, Florida - From the inside, the car Victor Juarez is driving doesn't seem much different than any other vehicle, except for the sound.

"Well it's like a little 'weee' and someone told me it's like a monorail sound."

This 1997 Nissan Sentra came from a junkyard near Mexico City, and is now a demonstration vehicle, capable of getting around with plenty of pep. But it's hard to tell why this car is so different, until you take a close look at the $8,000 conversion under the hood.

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