I realize I have totally fallen out of the blogosphere, my apologies. The thing is that I am totally preoccupied with our plug-in project: the installation of Prius plug-in conversions for the public, using kits based on the Calcars’ Prius+ architecture, manufactured by Plug-In Supply. Last weekend we delivered our third conversion with outstanding results.
The San Francisco Electric Vehicle Association has since devoted their upcoming meeting to a PHEV Prius show-and-tell featuring Joe Lervold’s Prius convertered from our shop. I highly encourage anyone interested in this technology to check out the meeting.
Saturday, March 1st, 11am-1pm
San Francisco Electric Vehicle Association Meeting
Congratulations to Pat Cadam and Nick Rothman of Green Gears for their latest partnership with the City of San Francisco, delivering three beautifully converted Prius PHEVs with Hymotion kits.
Read the article via SF Chronicle: Newsom Urges Push for Hybrid Plug-In Cars
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Luscious Garage has expanded its fleet services to GreenWheelz Livery, a hybrid limo company out of Menlo Park. Pictured is Marshall with their Nissan Altima hybrid, a true luxury vehicle that combines Toyota’s Hybrid Synergy Drive with a responsive Nissan engine and sport suspension.
For reservations or information, contact Marshall directly at 415-246-6566
A few clips from last weekend’s SF EVA meeting (February 2nd). Miles Automotive brought four electric vehicles for display and test drives. Plug-In Supply debuted a Lithium battery pack currently in development for the plug-in Prius, and three finished plug-in Prius conversions were also in attendance. Thanks to Marc Geller, VP of the SF EVA, for hosting the meeting.
Read the article about the Point Rayes RAV4 EV’s from the Marin Independent Journal
For more information on the SF EVA including future meetings, visit their website at sfeva.org
For more on Plugs and Cars, check out Marc’s blog at PlugsAndCars.blogspot.com
Check out Miles offerings at MilesEV.com
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Not a bad little number, gets into some of the finer points.