Electric Car Corporation
The Electric Car Corporation plc was an electric car manufacturer and dealer based in Mayfair, London with an assembly plant in Flitwick, Bedfordshire. It made and sold the Citroën C1 ev'ie, an electric car adapted from the Citroën C1. The car was first released on 30 April 2009 with a list price of £16,850 ($24,989 US).
Board of directors
Its board of directors comprises:
- David Martell, the founder of Trafficmaster.
- Jeff Solomon, a former Technical Director of Trafficmaster.
- Maxwell Aitken, 3rd Baron Beaverbrook a former Conservative Party Whip and Party Treasurer. A former chairman of Ventech Healthcare Corporation.
- Christopher Ross, a deputy chairman of Manganese Bronze whose subsidiary LTI Limited manufacture London taxis. Former Chief Executive of Ricardo plc and Wagon Automotive.
- Richard Wright, a former Sales Director of Ford Motor Company. Former Director of Jaguar Cars in Europe.
- Four-seater electric car unveiled, BBC News, 30 April 2009, retrieved 2009-04-30
- Ben, Webster (30 April 2009), "Electric Citroën C1 car is ready, but government grants are not", The Times, London, retrieved 2009-04-30
- "Car Reviews - First Drive", Autocar, 30 April 2009, retrieved 2009-04-30
- "The Electric Car Corporation Launches the Citroën C1 ev'ie - The UK's First 4 Seat All-Electric Production Car", theautochannel.com, 30 April 2009, retrieved 2009-04-30
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