ANVIL is a low speed vehicle made by the American ATV maker Tomberlin legal for road use. This vehicle that costs around $8,000 provides a non-polluting, zero emission alternative to travel. With a top speed of 35 mph this electric car can be charged overnight on a standard 110 volt outlet and it has a range of 40 miles.

Tomberlin ANVIL
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The wheel track of the ANVIL is wider than some automobiles which add to appearance (ANVIL is one of the most aggressive looking vehicle on the road), stability and safety. The rear axle has also been pushed back to accommodate a folding, forward facing, rear seat.

I know that the ANVIL is not one of the fastest electric vehicles out there, you can’t travel many miles with it, and looks like a golf cart but is a choice for those who are not in a hurry and are care for the environment.

Features:

4 wheel braking
Standard 4 Passenger seating
Folding, forward facing rear seat
3-point seat belts for two persons front, 2-point lap belts rear
Center closed cargo area
Head lamps, tail lamps, turn signals, highmount center lamp
On board, overnight 110volt battery charger
Aluminium wheels
Downhill regenerative braking
Street legal on roads with a speed limit up to 35mph in most states

Tomberlin ANVIL
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Specs

Length: 103”
Width: 72”
Height: 68”
Voltage:
72 volt, six 12-Volt lead/acid Batteries
Max. Power: 28.8 Kilowatts
Max. Range: 40+ Miles
Max. Speed: 25-35 mph

What do you think?
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3 comments:

  (714) posted on 01.27.2012

The car doesn’t look more aggressive because of its big appearance. It’s more likely an outdoor car because of its stability. I wished it has faster engines.

  (555) posted on 02.21.2010

It looks a pretty innovative car but I wouldn’t call it aggressive. I don’t think that it would be legal in some highways or road. Maybe for the adventurous or those who have a huge back yard. But it comes cheap anyways so I guess it can be a good toy.

AK47  (1024) posted on 06.10.2008

Aggressive? Soon you guys will be regarding the Prius as a supercar.

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