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Citicar
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Citicar
CitiCar
Manufacturer: Sebring Vanguard
Production: 1980's
Class: Battery Electric
Battery type: PbA ??V@??Ah, ??Lbs
Motor: ?Flavor? xx kW
Body Styles: 3-door 2-seat
Dimensions mm(in) L,W,H: ??, ??, ??
(??, ??, ??)
Curb weight: ?? kg (?? lb)
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The Citicar was produced between 1975 and 1980 by a U.S. company called Sebring Vanguard, based in Florida. Events and trends The 1980s marked an abrupt shift towards more conservative lifestyles after the momentous cultural revolutions which took place in the 1960s and 1970s and the definition of the AIDS virus in 1981. ... An electric vehicle is a vehicle that is propelled by electric motors or linear motors. ...


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  • EV Album - Citicar Photos

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1974 Citicar, an Electric Car (1745 words)
Upon delivery of the two Citicars in spring of 2001, we found them to be in good physical condition but in no way ready to drive.
Brakes on the Citicar are very straight forward to learn, however none of the parts used are common and seem to have been thrown together.
Range on the Citicar is estimated to be as high as 40 miles.
Dale's Citicar Page (1135 words)
These were built in the mid 70's through the early 80's under the Citicar and Comutacar model names.
I live 3 miles from work, the road is reletively flat and the top speed limit is 35 which is ideal for the Citicar.
In it's original configuration the Citicar had its 8 - 6 volt batteries under the seat.
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