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  • However, the HumanCar has surprising potential -- a top speed of 30 mph going uphill and 60 mph on a flat surface.

    A Hand-Cranked Hybrid Car

  • The HumanCar Imagine PS (power station) is equipped with electric plug-in capabilities so that a single person operating a hand crank can power the vehicle.

    A Hand-Cranked Hybrid Car

  • I'll be in a couple of episodes (whoohooo! tv!), covering the HumanCar electric hybrid, bikes including the fold-up Strida, the Bicycle Clown Brigade from environmental group Time's Up, and Powerisers, this new extreme sport that is basically a pogo stick attached to your feet.

    Graham Hill: New Planet Green Lifestyle Network Makes Green Mainstream

  • Charles Greenwood is the creator of the HumanCar, an automobile powered by you and me, and maybe a few of your friends.

    CNN Transcript Oct 9, 2008

  • MARCIANO: The HumanCar cost a little more than $15,000.

    CNN Transcript Oct 9, 2008

  • Image courtesy HumanCar Typically the "human-hybrid hybrid" is something like an energy sources to cause the vehicle to move.

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  • The car will cost $15,500 when it goes on sale next year, according to the HumanCar site.

    KVIA.com - Local News

  • HumanCar Imagine_PS is here, almost - preorders accepted [w/video]

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  • A comprehensive video reel featuring the HumanCar FM4 in action.

    WN.com - Business News

  • This means that HumanCar can boost energy available for families 2-5 times - which means, enlight their nights, turn on air conditions and secure primary education.

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