PHOTO CAPTION: Front grill of EMC Flash electric truck debuted September 2009.

EMC Debuts Flash Plug-In Hybrid Electric Truck

Camarillo, California-based Electric Motor Corporation reveals

Published: 19-Sep-2009

WAKARUSA -- It’s big. It’s flashy. It’s efficient. No wonder Electric Motors Corporation of Wakarusa chose the name “Flash” for its very first locally-produced electric drive system vehicle.

Electric Motors Corporation CEO Wil Cashen debuted the Flash Saturday evening, Sept. 5 during a VIP gathering and community preview at the EMC headquarters in Wakarusa.

When it comes to personality and pizzazz, EMC Flash is unique even among other electric vehicles.


TREV two-place electric car

Student-built vehicle can do 0-60 in 10 seconds with top speed of 75 mph. Photo courtesy of University of South Australia.

Xebra low-speed, three-wheel electric truck is built in China and has top speed of 35-40 mph.

Unaudited sales for ZAP electric vehicles surged to $737,000 in August, versus $392,000 a year ago, an increase of $345,000 or 88 percent.

Rollout of the Chevy Volt electric car attended by hundreds of journalists.

Ken Bensinger's cheeky send-up of the Chevy Volt extended range electric car from General Motors.


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