Rimac Offering Electric Motors for Small-volume Carmakers

In their bid to emulate the success that boutique engine builders once enjoyed, Rimac is offering a series of electric motors, batteries, controllers, and driveline components that should be just the ticket to take any would-be electric supercar or racecar constructor from daydream to production reality … will it work?

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High School Student Building An Electric Honda S2000 In Parents’ Garage

Most high school kids these days seem more interested with cellphones than supercars, but there are still those who like to get down and dirty under the hood of a car. Juan Ehringer is taking a Honda S2000 sports car, ditching the four-cylinder engine and replacing it with a powerful electric drivetrain that will give it between 500 and 600 horsepower. That’s quite the project car.

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Craigslist Find: An All-Electric Ford Mustang

As far as American cars go, only a handful have the staying power of the Ford Mustang. Introduced in 1964, the Mustang has captivated hearts and minds for decades and has cultivated an enormous aftermarket that means any and everything you can imagine doing is possible.

This includes converting a near-classic Fox-body Mustang into an all-electric personal commuter…and it can be yours for just $4,995.

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Another Cute Blast From the Past – Electric Subaru 360 in Saitama

In a bid to host something cute, trendy, and green (the cute was mainly to attract female students), the driving school […]

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DIY Japan: EV Club Festival in Tsukuba Circuit

The Japanese EV Club (JEVC), an organization of enthusiasts, is holding its seventeenth annual EV Festival in Tsukuba Circuit on November 3rd in Tsukuba Circuit. The idea behind the event mirrors the EVC CON – attendees bring their own DIY conversions to show off and demonstrate.

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Electric Vehicle Conversion Convention (Mega-Gallery)

I wasn’t quite sure what to expect when I drove down to Missouri this week, but it wasn’t a slew of fun DIY projects interspersed by a series of speeches from conversion shop owners and parts vendors. The low point was probably the speeches, but the cars and the people who drove them – and came to look at them – looked like they were having a great time. The actual cars were were a lot of fun, too, and it was great to see so much enthusiasm for EVs.

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