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THINK with room for four
THINK City electric car now comes with 2+2 seating and updated control systems for improved range and performance.
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THINK has updated its City electric car. It now comes with a pair of rear seats and improved drive electronics.

Pitched as a 2+2, the City's rear seats are described as useful for taking children to school. When in place, the seats eat into the boot space, but they can be folded to accommodate larger items.

The latest model comes with THINK's fourth generation 'G4' EV Drive Controller. The manufacturer describes it as 'the most advanced EV system commercially available in the world'; it offers improved performance, range and reliability. On a full charge THINK claims the City can cover 99 miles with a top speed of 68mph. Both the car and battery pack come with a five-year or 62,000-mile warranty.

The updated THINK City goes on sale across Europe this month.

John Lambert - 21 Dec 2010

2011 THINK City 2+2. Image by THINK.2011 THINK City 2+2. Image by THINK.   

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British Motor Show: Th!nk City. Image by Shane O' Donoghue.
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