JavaScript is required to view our full story experience. Please enable JavaScript in your browser preferences. Like a big-budget sports team on a free-agent acquisition binge, the car industry has been rapidly acquiring new players. As usual, not all of these newcomers are going to make it in the league, but the season is young, optimism is in the air and we will soon see which of them has what it takes to compete in the major leagues.

With a contract to provide electric cars to Hertz, Coda looks to be solidifying its footing as a player in the electric car business.

The company plans American Electric Vehicle Company kick off retail sales of its new electric car in California in and will roll out sales to the rest of the country soon after. The California-based company does final assembly in the Golden State using sub-assemblies imported from China. Its small size, 65 mph top speed and relatively high price compared to similar cars from established brands could make LiFe tough for Wheego.

The company promises to start delivering cars at the beginning of This baby will rocket from 0 to 60 in 5. Now the Norwegian company has set up final assembly in American Electric Vehicle Company, Ind. Hopefully a retail price and deliveries will follow. Befitting its sublimely sophisticated founder Henrik Fisker, Fisker Automotive is blessedly short on bluster and credibility-eroding unfounded claims in contrast to some other notable electric car start-ups. Instead, the company is quietly building substance to match the slinky looks of its Karma extended-range electric prestige car.

GEM builds neighborhood electric American Electric Vehicle Company — that American Electric Vehicle Company, glorified golf carts that you can legally drive on many urban and suburban streets with low speed limits.

These simplified machines provide an affordable route to electric car ownership and are ideal for fleets and for golf communities. SABA Motors promises to soon deliver a Tesla-like, two-seat electric roadster that accelerates to 60 mph in five seconds and reaches a top speed of mph with a driving range of between and miles per charge.

Even so, SABA is aggressively seeking investors. A French company building exotic cars in Monaco and Columbus, Ohio wait, where and where? The thinking, apparently, is that Americans will buy anything with generous ground clearance, hence the high-riding America roadster. Expand Explainer. Autos on NBCNews. Vote: Lando Company Which one would you buy?

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