As I reported earlier today, electric automaker Think -- in partnership with a couple of venture capital firms -- will be opening a North American branch next year. I just got back from test driving the crash-tested, highway-ready (70 mph top speed) Think two-seater. Pretty damn sweet! Feels and handles exactly like a normal car -- and I'm told it's going to retail for around $20,000. You could have one next year. The one I drove looked more or less like this one: Quite roomy on the inside, but I prefer the looks of this one.
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