What is It? The two-seat City has a long history in Europe, and went through a period of Ford ownership. The Norwegian company has sold 10,000 plastic-bodied cars, and 2,500 of its latest generation models -- which are being built in Finland and Elkhart, Indiana.
Under the Hood: A 30-kilowatt electric motor with a choice of battery packs. Most American cars will get the 27-kilowatt-hour Enerdel lithium-manganese pack (also made in Indiana).
Range: 125 miles
Performance: Zero to 30 (not 60) is six seconds. Top speed is indeed 62 mph.
Delivery Date: The first group of 15 Think City cars was delivered to the Indiana Department of Natural Resources December 15. Most of the cars will be sold to fleets initially, and Think (which is based in Norway) has no dealership network yet. Think is also interested in having its car sold at big-box retailers.
Bottom Line: $35,000