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By Brad Berman ·
December 01, 2008

Exclusive: Miles Electric—The Startup Below The Radar

Electric cars get more than their share of press these days. Just consider the Tesla Roadster, or the Chevrolet Volt. But a quiet startup in California, Miles Electric, may bring the first fully electric sedan to the US market within 18 months—and it would be the first Chinese-made car sold here as well. In an exclusive two-hour interview, president and CEO Kevin Czinger discussed the company’s strategy, its market positioning, and the development of its Highway Speed model.

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By Brad Berman ·
April 09, 2008

Miles Electric Car Delayed But Coming

It’s the Holy Grail of the current alternative fuel vehicle, according to its would-be importers—a full-function, freeway-capable five-passenger sedan that runs on electricity alone. The latest company to promise the vehicle is Miles Electric Vehicles.

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By Brad Berman ·
December 30, 2007

Pininfarina Designs Electric Car Future

Dec. 31, 2007: Source – Reuters

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Miles XS500, a practical and affordable electric car sedan designed by Pininfarina.

Legendary Italian car design house Pininfarina is getting into the electric car business. The company, best known for sports car designs for Ferrari and Maserati, signed a 50/50 partnership with Groupe Bolloré of France to build a four-seat electric car to be marketed using the Pininfarina brand name.

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