Bombardier NV


In the mid-1990s, electric vehicles were starting to come to the fore, but most were being aimed at fleets and all were much more expensive than expected. The problem then was the same as now: battery cost. It seemed there just wasn’t an easy entry for electric vehicle fans. Then there emerged word of the Bombardier NV. While it wasn’t a full-function electric car, it was aiming at a cheap enough price point to make it affordable for many. The catch: This small car was intended only for around-town use at lower speeds. Today, there are many neighborhood electric vehicles that fit this description, although the Bombardier NV sadly faded away. At the time, though, the Bombardier design was a real trailblazer that gave hope to fans of the electric vehicle.


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