Coda Electric Car rolls off the assembly line image

The all-new Coda electric car has just rolled off the assembly line, promising a best in-class driving range, best in-class range per dollar, superior EV battery technology and fast and easy recharging.

“This is an incredibly exciting day for the Coda family and the EV community. Since day one, we’ve been dedicated to design an electric car that provided the amenities that the American driver has come to expect, such as range, torque and value. This car symbolizes our commitment to accelerating the adoption of EVs”, said the Coda Holdings’ executive chairman, Mac Heller.

According to the manufacturer, the first model to roll off the assembly line is a silver all-electric sedan, which is coming with a 31 kWh battery pack. The 2012 Coda is a five-passenger mid-size sedan with trunk space and full rear sitting, which is able to offer 88 mile per charge in an EPA rating, and, depending on driving habits, the model has a total range of up to 125 miles on a single charge, making it quite appealing to commuters.

The 2012 Coda has a starting price of 37,250 USD but in California the individual state savings and credits might bring the price down to 27,250 USD. The model can be charged on 240V in six hours and its battery pack has a warranty of 100,000 miles or 10 years.