Hybrid Technologies brings LiX-75 for people who care for the nature
Las Vegas-based Hybrid Technologies has said that they would soon be launching their LiX-75 model at the New York Auto Show on Apr. 14. This sleek car runs off electric batteries and would cost a massive $125,000. The car gets further boost from power collected through the solar panels on the trunk.
The company added that the car would recharge in four to six hours from a regular three-prong electric socket. More importantly, they claim that this car will go from zero to 60 miles per hour in three seconds and has a top speed of 200 miles per hour!
Richard Griffiths, head of business development at Hybrid said about this upcoming product: “It’s the environmentalist mid-life crisis vehicle. It’s a sports car that performs like a Porsche Boxster, looks like a Ferrari, and has zero emissions.”
LiX-75 uses lithium ion batteries as they store more energy and degrade less quickly when not in use. The company is also working on developing electric-powered versions of PT Cruisers, Chrysler Crossfires, and Mini Coopers for customers such as N.A.S.A., the British government and the state of California.