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Chevrolet S10 EV

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The E10 or Electric Chevy S10 was an small electric pickup truck which shares the same powertrain as the GM EV-1. Some E10's were sold rather than leased to fleets and have made it into private hands. As such, unlike the EV-1 which were all recovered and crushed (recycled), some of the trucks can still be found on the roads today.

  • WikiPedia:Chevrolet S10 EV
  • http://www.evbones.com
    "   EV Bones LLC was established in 2003 to deliver comprehensive long term support and sales of refurbished S-10EV's to individual owners. Each S-10EV undergoes extensive restoration work and on-road testing, including an upgrade to High Capacity / Long Life NiMH batteries. The NiMH batteries are the same as used in the production EV1 cars before the GM electric vehicle lease-only program was discontinued. No other full size highway EV delivers a similar level of acceleration and top speed, along with quiet operation and zero tailpipe emissions.
      2007, EV Bones had reached it's goal of returning -Fifty- S-10EV electric trucks into advocacy and operation through private ownership. The supply of S-10EV fleet vehicles for refurbishment has been exhausted, no more are available. In all, it appears only 63 had survived. In name only, EV Bones has closed it's operations forever. I will continue on to service and support the vehicles in a sustaining operation."
  • The S-10 EV mailing list
  • Per SEVA_Maillist:2007./7./163 Y! Pat writes: I have recorded the starting & ending charge and distance of every trip I have taken in the S10EV, you can see they in this google spreadsheet: http://spreadsheets.google.com/pub?key=ppV1T_euCGZwyYfoj040LFQ
  • 2007.11.03 - ebay #300165825822 A total steal for $11,800
  • auction sold for $7,726, not running.
  • Catch a glimpse of a local man and his fathers Electric S10 Pickup in this video clip of Stephens Project GotLinks?.

[edit] ElectricDrive Specs

Data from http://electricdrive.org

Vehicle Size: 
Overall Length (in.): 188.7 
Overall Width (in.): 67.9 
Overall Height (in.): 63.8 
Wheel Base (in.): 108.3 
Base Curb Weight (lbs.): PbA - 4,350/ NiMH - 4,200 
Payload (lbs.): PbA - 800 lbs./Ni-MH - 950 lbs. 
Number of Occupants: 3 passengers Electric 

Power Plant:  
Voltage: PbA - 312/ NiMH - 343 
Motor Type: 3 phase, Liquid-cooled, AC induction 
Horsepower: 114 hp 
Power: 85 kW
Battery Type: PbA/Ni-MH
Battery Modules: 26 propulsion, 1 auxiliary 

Vehicle Systems: 
Recharging Specifications: Magna Charge, Inductive 6.6 kW 
Transmission: Direct Drive 
Suspension: Front - SLA with torsion bar; Rear - 2-stage leaf spring 
Steering: Power, electro-hydraulic 
Air Bags: Driver and passenger side
Tires: P205/75R15 (50 psi) 
Brake Assist: N/A 
Regenerative Braking: Equipped 
Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS): Equipped 
Air Conditioning/Heater: Heat pump climate control 
Audio System (AM/FM/CD): AM/FM Stereo 

Performance: 
Range: PbA - 40-55 miles/ Ni-MH 65-80 miles 
Acceleration: 0 - 50 mph in 10 seconds 
Maximum Speed: 70 mph, governed
Emissions: ILEV and ZEV certified 
Recharging Time (@ 70°F): PbA - 6-7 hours (0 to 100%); NiMH - 8-10 hours (0 -100%) 

Contact Information:
General Motors Corp.
1-888-GM-AFT.4U 
Availability:
Out of production
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