Japan Entrepreneur Seeks Electric Car World Speed Record

Nakashima believes that electric cars are the future and noisy engines will no longer be an option sooner rather than later.

Published: 02-Mar-2005

Tokushi Nakashima, 38, is obsessed with his desire to produce the world's fastest electric car.

"Speed can be used to measure technological advancement," he said.

In Tokyo, his car, the Super Elexceed, attracted a lot of attention at an auto show last month for its streamlined body.


Garini Group of Brazil has placed their initial order for 2,255 units for shipment to the Evader/Garini assembly plant in Manaus, Brazil.

XEBRA 'City Car' is a unique design suitable for urban, non-freeway driving.

$150,000 Wrightspeed X-1 competed in a race with $170,000 Ferrari and a $400,000 Porsche.


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