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Electric All-Terrain Vehicle Set to Hit Production Next Month : Gas 2.0

= a whole lot of fun for country boys!

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“Designed by Barefoot Motors, this all-electric heavy duty ATV is targeted at farmers.  At an estimated final retail cost of $15,000, the Model One is not cheap. But, as Barefoot Motors points out, they expect the overall operational cost of the Model One to be about $6,000 less than a comparable gasoline powered ATV over the life of the vehicle. And if a farm is able to generate its own electricity through methane digestion, solar panels and/or wind power, those savings are sure to be even higher.”

Electric All-Terrain Vehicle Set to Hit Production Next Month : Gas 2.0.

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