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Ankita Katdare
Ankita Katdare • Jul 12, 2012

Do-It-Yourself Pius Electric Car From Modi Corp Can Be Your Learning Tool

Electric Vehicles are the buzz word of the green tech arena. And green-enthusiasts will be delighted to know that Japanese company Modi Corp has brought to the market a Do-It-Yourself one-seater electric car that you can build in your own garage. It is really a "micro compact car" with dimensions as 885mm tall, 1,230mm wide and 2,500mm long. You can drive about 25 kilometers non-stop with a speed of 35km/h.

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The company wants to market this one-seater EV to student engineers in electrical and mechanical field so that they use it as a learning tool on how EVs work. So, additionally they are offering a service of embedding components, so that the customers can do some R&D. The car is going to be available in six colors, including white, red and blue, but the pricing details are left unrevealed. We will see this car releasing during the spring of 2013.

Via: Nikkei TechOn

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