A few Tangos in Production
Is it possible yo fit your car with an electromagnetic induction device (tuned coil)to keep the batteries charged?
Yes. A company on the East Coast is considering the Tango for a pilot project to implement this technology.
Digging the new digs...keep up the good work!-J-
I really like the new website layout and recent posts. Keep up the good work guys. I'm a big fan of the Tango concept. Cam
I am greatly considering purchasing this vehicle! My only concern is the price of course, it might a factor for others. Although, I have heard from the media that there is a more affordable version of course with less features. Is it true? And is this legal in Canada if by any chance is it known?
There is presently only one model, however, when investors capable of funding the $35-million, minimum required to make a production model, see enough T600s running around to become convinced that there is market for higher-volume lower-priced Tangos, we'll jump on that program in a heartbeat. Disruptive changes take place slowly. I would have thought that this would have taken off years ago, however, history shows that transistors, and PCs for example took a long time to develop. Innovators will buy the first ones and show the world what the future holds; freedom from traffic and parking woes, and zero polluting, while having a blast driving, in what to me is the most fun car you can drive, and little by little we'll make it happen.Kit cars are legal in Canada. You would buy the main part of the kit from us which does not include the motors, gear cases, or rear suspension, and then purchase those items from a company in St-Constant Quebec. The kit is easy to complete by your mechanic or one recommended by us - or you can assemble it, if so inclined. Once completed it can easily be registered for highway use.
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