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[Alex’s Video Blog] Not A Pipe Dream! Malcolm Bricklin’s Electric Car – Part 3

Malcolm Bricklin (born March 9, 1939) is an American automobile entrepreneur. He is best known for his self-named automobile company and importing Subaru and then Yugo cars to the United States (Wikipedia.org)

Fast forward 40 years and Malcolm is telling us the story of how a forgotten technology can transform gas engines into clean efficient electric cars. Malcolm is also talking about marketing breakthroughs, not just technological.
Watch Part 3 and tell us what you think. Could it be that simple?

Watch Part 1 and Part 2 of this interview.

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[Alex’s Video Blog] Not A Pipe Dream! Malcolm Bricklin’s Electric Car – Part 2

Malcolm Bricklin (born March 9, 1939) is an American automobile entrepreneur. He is best known for his self-named automobile company and importing Subaru and then Yugo cars to the United States (Wikipedia.org)

Fast forward 40 years and Malcolm is telling us the story of how a forgotten technology can transform gas engines into clean efficient electric cars. Stanley Meyer’s mysterious death may have something to do with this technology taking so long to make a come back. And what did the folks @nasajpl had to say about new fuel technologies?

Watch Part 2 (of 4) and tell us what you think. Could it be so simple?

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[Alex’s Video Blog] Not A Pipe Dream! Malcolm Bricklin’s Electric Car – Part 1

Malcolm Bricklin (born March 9, 1939) is an American automobile entrepreneur. He is best known for his self-named automobile company and importing Subaru and then Yugo cars to the United States (Wikipedia.org)

Fast forward 40 years and Malcolm is opening up to me about his ultimate dream car. It’s electric, yes, but not using a typical electric engine.  Marketing and selling the cars won’t be done the usual way neither.

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