New Record From Audi A2 on One Charge Recently In Germany:



Audi A2 an electric car has presently places a new world distance record this week by traveling 600 kilometer (372 miles) from Munich, in southern Germany to Berlin, without recharging its battery it means on a single charge of the battery.

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Mirko Hannemann was the driver of this car who made a record this week and moreover according to the German firms Lekker Energie and DBM Energy, the electric Audi A2 was formed to give a new green meaning to urban transport. It means excellent for global environment.

Two Car Manufacturer Firms Announcement:


The two firms ‘German firms Lekker Energie’ and ‘DBM Energy’ declared that their EV had the longest road traveled by an electric car. “These both firms welcome the recent world record from Audi A2 electric car. Before this, electric cars could on average only go 60 or 70 kilometers before recharging.” Economy Minister Rainer Bruederle stated about the new record of electric car. “This is a technological leap forward”.

Moreover, Chancellor Angela Merkel endeavors to bring more than one million electric cars on German roads by the end of 2020. Meanwhile, famous car companies like, Volkswagen and luxury car maker BMW have both proclaimed that nearly in the future the both companies plan and arrange to discharge their first electric motor vehicle on the market by 2013.


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