• Apple iPad

    Sometimes it's hard to keep track of small electric-vehicle companies, most of whom are likely to vanish without a trace within a few years. But T3 Motion, an EV startup in Costa Mesa, California, has a gimmick: It uses an Apple iPad to provide driver and passengers with audio, video, games, and vehicle navigation. To help with sometimes finicky reception, its GT3 electric car even has a built-in antenna for 3G signals. The GT3 itself is said to be a two-passenger vehicle with a 70-mph top speed and range of up to 100 miles. No price or timing is offered, but T3 Motion is now taking...

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