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NICE MyCar wins electric car award

Electric two-seater city car has commuter appeal


The NICE (No Internal Combustion Engine) Car Company has picked up the 2008 GreenFleet award for best electric car.

It was awarded for the MyCar, a new electric two-seater that was launched at this year’s British Motor Show.

Italian design, a starting price of £8,995, and running costs of around 2p a mile no doubt helped the MyCar achieve such recognition.

Find out more with our video review of greener cars launches at the British Motor Show 2008.

Electric appeal

GreenFleet praised it for being stylish and functional as well as green, which should go a long way towards increasing the appeal of electric cars to city drivers.

The GreenFleet awards, which took place on 25 September, recognise ‘pioneers of environmental fleet management’. The MyCar has a charging time of 5 hours, a maximum speed of 40mph, and a maximum range of 60 miles.

NICE is also working on a battery powered Fiat 500, dubbed the e500.

The MyCar is available to order now, with first deliveries commencing in October.


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