Hybrid Technologies, emerging leaders in the development and marketing of lithium-powered products, said today that it has moved into production with the BMW AG Mini Cooper all lithium model. After two years of reasearch and an extensive vehicle selection process, Hybrid Technologies engineers selected the Mini Cooper built in Cowley, England
Using Hybrid Technologies proprietary advanced lithium management and battery-balancing system, the all-electric Mini Cooper will reach a top speed of 80 mph with the ability to do 0-60mph in 6.0 seconds. The all-electric Mini Cooper will be able to trave 120 miles on a single charge.
Marketing Trend forecasters feel that it will be the new “it” car among the Hollywood in crowd who are by no means strangers to Hybrid”s lithium-powered vehicle developments.
Source: Hybrid Technologies
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