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Cruise Car Expands Solar Line of Electric Vehicles


Cruise Car, Sarasota, FL, has recently added two new solar-powered models to its line of electric vehicles, providing even more stylish choices for ecologically-minded customers that want to save money on energy costs. The 4-seat and 6-seat Kudo can now be purchased with a photovoltaic roof for solar energy battery charge.

"Our new solar model Kudos not only provide an electric vehicle that utilizes a natural energy source, they have a European design and offer the end-user a unique look and style," says Ken Chester, President of Cruise Car. "Whether our electric vehicles are used on the golf course, at the marina, in the neighborhood or around town, Cruise Car has a variety of solar models to choose from that are environmentally-friendly and energy saving."

Cruise Car is the leading manufacturer and distributor of solar-powered electric vehicles in the U.S. For more information about the complete line of electric vehicles, distributorship or for a dealer near you contact Cruise Car by phone at 941-929-1630, via email at info@cruisecarinc.comThis email address is being protected from spam bots, you need Javascript enabled to view it or online at www.cruisecarinc.com.





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