Think 4 Seater on the Geneva Floor

Being probably its first presence per se at a major auto show, Norwegian electric vehicle manufacturer Think is getting ready to introduce the City 2+2 version of the model, the first four seater in its range. Basically, the model to be presented at the 2011 Geneva Auto Show is the same as the two seater, the difference being the fact that the auto maker now offers the possibility for the model to be fitted with an extra row of seats. Offered with 50/50 split folding rear seats, the model has undergone no major modifications. The Think has been retrofitted to be able to fit the new row of seats into the available space, resulting in a car with no actual luggage space (except for when you use the 50.50 folding feature, of course). No modifications have been brought to the power train. Think is using the same Ener1-supplied battery pack, coupled to an electric motor which gives it a range of in between 170 km (105 miles) and 203 km (126 miles). “Following great progress in the last twelve months, the THINK product line-up leads the way in the EV sector, with excellent battery range and charging, four seats for the first time, a comprehensive options package and now N1 homologated urban delivery vans too,” said Barry Engle, company CEO, previewing the bright future of the company. autoevolution will be attending the 2011 Geneva Motor Show, so stay tuned for some real up close and personal shots of the vehicles, as well as for first-hand details of the motorized contraptions presented at the event.
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