The Brusa Spyder is a Lean, Green Mini Machine

By: Andrew Robichaud - Published: May 26, 2009 • References: examiner & motorauthority
Wow, can we get any more green? Not only is the BRUSA Spyder an electric car, the prototype itself is painted green.

BRUSA, a Swiss company that specializes in building components for electric vehicles, has released its concept for a new electric vehicle (Spyder).

The Spyder looks very similar to a Porsche (it’s said to be modeled after the Porsche 914), but doesn’t quite move like one.

BRUSA’s tap into the eco-car market has produced a "running errands" vehicle that can travel about 125km at a speed of 80km/h until a recharge is necessary (4 hour charge time).

For a tiny electric car the Spyder does have a bit of jump with the ability to hit 100km/h in slightly under 6 seconds and a top speed of about 125mph (200km/h).

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