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Hybrid Technologies, Inc. Launches All Lithium Mini Cooper Into Production


Hybrid Technologies, Inc, emerging leaders in the development and marketing of lithium-powered products worldwide, is pleased to announce that Hybrid Technologies has moved into production with the BMW AG Mini Cooper all lithium model.

Based on market readiness and an extensive vehicle selection process, Hybrid Technologies engineers selected the Mini Cooper built in Cowley, England, a subsidiary of BMW produced by that subsidiary since April 2001.

Using Hybrid Technologies proprietary advanced lithium management and battery-balancing system, the all lithium version has already gained significant automotive industry attention.

Basic lithium-powered vehicle facts:
  • Speed up to 80 MPH / 128+ Km/H
  • 0-60 MPH in 6.0 seconds
  • 120+ miles / 193+ Km on single charge
The Hybrid produced Mini Cooper has already gained massive international media attention from outlets such as CNN, Forbes, Popular Mechanics, and Wired magazine; as well as broadcast coverage throughout North America, Europe, and Asia. Marketing Trend forecasters feel that this will be the new "it" car among the Hollywood in crowd who are by no means strangers to Hybrid's lithium-powered vehicle developments.

Hybrid Technologies President, Holly Roseberry, stated, "The all lithium Mini Cooper is the perfect combination of style, performance and technology. We look forward to enhancing the system to create a dynamic capable of satisfying the most selective automotive consumers."

The Mini Cooper Frame is produced by Mini Cooper in Oxford England, and the conversion to all-lithium currently takes place in North Carolina at Hybrid's Mooresville plant.





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