Think announced yesterday that it built the 2,500th unit of the Think City electric urban vehicle.
“This milestone event further solidifies the THINK City as the best-selling electric car in the world today,” commented THINK CEO Barry Engle.
The 2,500th City came off the company’s assembly line today at its Olso-based production plant in Europe. Think engineers estimate that the City has accumulated 35 million zero-emissions road miles to date. The company has begun preparations to build the sturdy and reliable two-seat commuter at a plant in the United States in Elkhart, Indiana.
“Bringing this well-established electric nameplate to America for the first time is a landmark event in THINK’s long history,” added Engle. “As electric transportation goes mainstream, the U.S. stands to become the largest electric car market in the world. We expect the tried-and-tested City to be among the most visible EVs on America’s streets and highways in the very near future.”
The Think City is capable of traveling 100 miles on a single charge at speeds of up to 60 mph.
– By: Omar Rana