Eco friendly electric car to make UK debut

A new range of electric vehicles aimed at the urban market will be unveiled in London next month with plans to launch them onto the UK market by early 2012. mia electric will showcase its three ‘Microbus’ electric vehicles (EVs), which have been designed with the business market in mind, at the EcoVelocity motor show at London’s Battersea Power Station in three weeks time.

Shaped in the form of a minibus, the lightweight car comes in three sizes and targets the office and commercial user. It has a range of 120-130 miles and a top speed of 68 miles per hour and costs approximately £1.30 per 100 kilometres to run, according to its manufacturer.

The car is expected to cost £22,000 to buy after the Government’s £5,000 Plug-in Car Grant, is set to join a growing number of EVs on the UK market when it goes on sale here in the first quarter of 2012.

Wiles Greenworld London office supplies distributor that offers free recycling at work was pleased to learn of the new range of green products. The sustainability focused company believes the new range will help British businesses and households achieve carbon reduction and could have a significant impact on the nation’s carbon footprint. As London’s environmental office stationery supplies company, Wiles Greenworld will be investigating the opportunities that the new technology will offer stationery supplies companies such as Wiles Greenworld.

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