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Old 02-28-2021, 08:40 AM   #1
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A $4,800 electric RV, with a small catch

Ran across this today and figured this was the best forum for it...


https://electrek.co/2021/02/27/aweso...a-small-catch/


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And they said it would be years before a fully electric MH came along.
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That is so cute. Not for us but heck, somebody will have a ball RVing in it.
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A silent tuk-tuk with a toilet. Whoda thunk?
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Someone has Waaaaaaay too much time on their hands.
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That should be fun to drive at 65 mph.
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Was that a professional hand model?
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it is what it is... now the one that's linked later in the article is pretty impressive.
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That should be fun to drive at 65 mph.
Top speed = 25 mph. Lends an entire new meaning to day-trip.
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