Our future electric cars - level 2, A12

Our future electric cars - level 2, A12

06-04-2012 22:00

We know about electric cars for a long time. Many car companies didn’t want to make electric cars because it was better for them to make cars which use petrol. This situation is changing now and maybe very soon we will have streets full of electric cars and clean air in the cities.

There was always a problem with the battery. How far can it go? Nobody wanted to stop in the middle of the road and wait for help.

One of the best companies in electric cars is Renault. Now they want to sell a car and a battery as two things, not one. So, it will be possible to change the battery in the middle of the way. One Israeli company took this idea and they will build battery stations in Israel, Denmark and Australia this year. So you don’t have to wait for your battery to recharge. You will come to the station, change the battery in about 3 minutes and continue.

You can see a new electric car in the video. This is what the lady says. She speaks with a little French accent.

“You already switched to electricity for many things. So why not for travelling? Renault Z.E., 100% electric, 0% emission.

Written by Danny for News in Levels

Interesting words: petrol, recharge, emission.

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