Brasscheck TV: Killing progress, Why GM is broke

How would you like a car that runs for
the equivalent of 60 cents a gallon?

That you can "gas up" in our own garage?

That has zero emissions and is super easy
to repair and maintain?

GM made and sold such a car in the late 1990s.

Then they pulled it off the market and tried
to obliterate it



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"Who killed the electric car?" In the late 1990s, General Motors sold an electric car that traveled 300 miles on a charge, could be fully charged in an hour, and could be operated for the equivalent of 60 cents per gallon. No oil filters, no oil changes, no emissions, no trips to the gas station. So what did they do? When it became apparent the marketplace actually wanted these cars, it rounded then all up and destroyed them. Not a conspiracy theory. This is what actually happened.



They're too easy to maintain
Is it a "conspiracy" that perfectly functional electric cars were pulled off the market and destroyed by GM and other car makers?

What else would you call it?

Here's another reason why perfectly functional electric cars that:

a) travel 300 miles on a charge,
b) can be fully charged at home in one hour,
c) run for the equivalent of 60 cents a gallon, and
d) have the same speed and acceleration as normal cars are not available for sale.

Keep in mind there were not theoretical or experimental vehicles. They were in production and the consumers that had them (on lease, they were never sold outright) loved them.