Peapod Car Makes Earth Day Debut

Peapod Car Makes Earth Day Debut

If you’re looking to get around town this Earth Day, the smiling Peapod car might be your best bet. Chrysler has outfitted the Neighborhood Electric Vehicle with an iPhone docking station, which also transforms the iPhone into the car’s key.

Another nifty feature is that the iPhone will also work as a green meter, outlining the Peapod’s energy savings. The iPhone also functions as an interface to the Peapod’s sound system as well as a navigational system.

Maxing out at 25 mph (standard for all NEVs) on Earth Day today Chrysler will begin taking customer orders for the Peapod, which goes on sale at $12,500 and costs about two cents per mile to drive.

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  1. ncaissie

    April 22, 2009 at 8:57 am

    Not at $12,500.
    Is GM sniffing Glue? I hope they go bankrupt soon.
    I would get one if it was $2,000 at the most!

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