Niche Electric Car Companies Take Different Paths to Market

The likes of Tesla,Think, Fisker, or Bright could give Detroit's big three a 'run for their money.'

Published: 13-Apr-2010

Niche electric car automakers are emerging that might someday compete with the likes of major car companies.

Each is approaching the market in a different way with different types of electric car strategies.

If any of these gets a good grip on the market, that company could give the Detroit Three a run for their money.


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