GENEVA MOTOR SHOW: THINK highlights cost proposition of EVs
The firm is displaying two THINK City EVs at the show, the first with "m-way", its Swiss distributor, and the second with its manufacturing partner, Valmet Automotive.
Fully charging the THINK City using a conventional household socket can cost as little as €3, or two cents per km (based on a 160km range)
THINK CEO, Barry Engle, said: 'Following great progress in the last twelve months, the THINK product line-up leads the way in the EV sector, with excellent battery range and charging, four seats for the first time, a comprehensive options package and now N1 homologated urban delivery vans too. Also, the THINK City costs as little as two cents per km to run, whatever the oil price, so there really has never been a better time to enter the new and exciting world of EVs.'