Electric cars at the 2008 London Motor Show

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London Motor Show 2008 It's early days in the electric car revival but, as Brian Cooley discovers, there are already a few production vehicles on sale in Europe.

These range from the Norway-only (so far) Think to the oversize, road-legal golf buggy by GEM (Global Electric Motorcars) — a division of Chrysler no less — and the not-legally-a-car REVA G-Wiz. Also on show were a number of concept cars, including an electric version of Smart's ForTwo and a coupe concept from the NICE Car Company — NICE incidentally stands for No Internal Combustion Engines.

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Is there any more to that video? It seemed to cut off!

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