G-Wiz Applies India-Made Technology to United Kingdom’s Traffic
The electric cars that are called the G-Wiz in the United Kingdom and the REVA in India are so friendly to environmental and public health that they sell well as used cars.
The G-Wiz belongs to history since its replacement by the G-Wiz i (REVAi) in 2008 and the Mahindra e20, REVA L-ion and REVA NXG in 2009. Mahinda Reva Electric Vehicles Private Limited considers G-Wiz a generator of minimalist carbon footprints thanks to 80 percent fewer moving parts than internal combustion engine-fueled cars.
Michael Boxwell, author of The Electric Car Guide: G-Wiz, describes G-Wiz’s 90 percent efficiency with just three moving parts and its powerful acceleration without multi-ratio gearboxes. He emphasizes the ecological sense of personal transportation that emits no carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, nitrous oxide and sulphur dioxide and uses 97 percent recyclable batteries.