If there is already a dedicated Smart ForTwo Electric
thread I couldn't find, please post there, not here,
so I can delete the redundant thread.
The ED3 seems to have a significantly different drive-train (see my post below on this page) from earlier versions of the Smart ForTwo, and will be available to US retail buyers at a much lower price, so, IMO, it should have it's own thread.
http://insideevs.com/evs-just-got-cheap ... te-for-us/
...The best part of the electric ForTwo’s pricing, is that it does NOT include the $7,500 federal rebate, which the Smart fully qualifies for with its 17.6 kWh battery, making the car effectively $17,500...
" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;