What electric Car? - ECC C1 Ev'ie
Oct 25, 2009
One of the main attractions of this car is that it's based on a standard production car, so it has an impressive interior (the best in the electric vehicles we tested apart from the Tesla) and all of the components are covered by a three-year warranty. Read More.
Lieutenant Governor of the Isle of Man drives the Ev'ie
Oct 25, 2009
No whiff of petrol here, just the hum of electric motors. Viable? Driveable? Desirable? Or just jumped-up golf buggies? Steve Moody plays around with the ECC Ev'ie and others Read More.
Ev'ie Voted Best Electric Car in Car Magazine Giant Test
July 26, 2009
On a recent visit to the headquarters of the Manx Electricity Authority (MEA) at Ballacottier the Lieutenant Governor of the Isle of Man, His Excellency Vice Admiral Sir Paul Haddacks KCB, took the opportunity to have a test drive of e-Go's Citroen C1 ev'ie electric car. Read More.
Mayor Boris impressed with ev'ie
June 11, 2009
The Electric Car Corporation's all-electric Citro�n conversion, the C1 ev�ie, took part in the 2009 Eco-rally. The event, which was held on Monday 8th June, saw a parade of environmentally conscious vehicles take to the streets with the finishing line at London�s City Hall. Mayor Boris Johnson, a supporter of electric vehicles, welcomed the participating models. Read More.
Autocar First Drives: The Citroen C1 evie
Autocar May 13, 2009
Here, at last, is the electric city car done right. It's good looking, works well, offers first-class crash protection and has a roomy cabin. Read More.
Four-seater electric car unveiled
BBC, April 30, 2009
The UK's first four-seater electric car which can travel up to 70 miles without recharging has been unveiled. The 60mph vehicle, called the Citroen C1 ev'ie, will cost �16,850. Read More.
Electric Citro�n is on sale now from �16,850
Which, April 30 2009
Citro�n has announced an all-electric Citro�n C1, developed and built by the UK-based Electric Car Corporation.
It's called the Citro�n C1 ev'ie. By replacing the usual petrol or diesel engine with an electric motor and a battery pack, the Electric Car Corporation (ECC) has created a four-seat low-emissions vehicle with a range of 60-70 miles and a top speed of 60mph. Read More.