NAIAS Announces Electric Avenue Attendees

The 2010 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) is among the first auto events to recognize the importance electric vehicles will have in the near future and already announced the set up of the so called Electric Avenue, a 37,000 square foot feature on the show's main floor. Today, the organizers have announced the manufacturers which will display their EVs on the electric strip.

"NAIAS is proud of the history we have in bringing innovative ideas to a world-wide audience, and the all-new Electric Avenue is going to show visitors from around the globe where the future of automotive technology is headed," Doug Fox, 2010 NAIAS chairman said in a release.

Below is the list of the cars which can be seen in January in Detroit:
  • BYD Auto e6
  • BYD Auto F3DM-hybrid
  • Commuter Cars - Tango 600
  • CT&T United eZone
  • CT&T United cZone
  • Edison2 (X Prize)
  • EV Innovations - Wave 2 (X Prize)
  • Green Vehicles Triac
  • Harvey Coachworks BugE
  • Li Shi Guang Ming LI'S
  • Mitsubishi I MiEV
  • Nissan Leaf
  • SABA "Carbon Zero" Roadste
  • SSI Racing 2SSIC-65
  • Michelin - Venturi Volage
  • Michelin - Nissan Mixim
  • ZAP – Alias

"This effort allows for more than doing what is trendy by addressing a necessary think-tank of discussion that will dictate where the global auto industry will go in 2010 and beyond. The NAIAS is proud to have a sponsor such as The Dow Chemical Company that understands the value of these efforts. Its endorsements of this activity allow the show to continue to be a thought-provoking leader to an industry with significant worldwide and economic impact," Fox concluded.
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