Think City Gets Four Seats
But, as we all know, staying too long in one place and offering the same product for too long pretty much kills a manufacturer and its products. This is why today Think announced the launch on the European market of the four-door version of the City.
Now, don't go thinking the car has gained a few inches in length or had to undergo major remodeling to be able to accommodate the extra row of seats. The process was much simpler than that, with the producer only adding an extra two seats in the available back space. Of course, the four-seater City pretty much lacks any luggage space as a result.
According to Think, the sale of the four seater will begin this month in Europe (prices have not yet been announced), with the deliveries to take place starting January next year. Aside for adding two more seats, the car remains Europe's favorite baby EV as we know it.
The electric power train fitted onto the electric vehicle gives it the capability to achieve a top speed of 100 km/hour (62 mph) and allows for a sprint time from naught to 62 mph of 6.5 seconds. During summer and with the heater off, Think City has a range of in between 170 km (105 miles) and 203 km (126 miles).