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Electric Cars Starting to Catch On in US

Nationwide, more than 40,000 plug-in electric vehicles have been sold in the last two years, and in one year, sales tripled.

Published: 04-Dec-2012

Behind the wheel in an empty spot of his Cherry Hill law firm's parking lot, Peter Spirgel grinned wickedly. Then he floored it.

Whooah! The Tesla sedan - a Model S Performance, for those who attend to such details - shot from a standstill.

Just eight days into ownership, Spirgel was still like a giddy kid, noting the luxury details, the 17-inch screen that governs everything - "like driving an iPad" a friend said - and, not least, the engineering marvel of a top-end electric car.

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