Can you have power, style, speed, and a 2.5 million mile motor maintenance cycle? Why yes, you can:
The iconic American Hot Rod is a chopped and channeled 1933 Ford Coupe. They are built with or without fenders and with every conceivable size of gasoline or diesel engine.
At SEMA 2009, AMP=D changed every hot rodders' perception of performance and innovation. AMP=D introduced their all-electric powered '33 Hot Rod. With 300+ hp [horse power] and over 660 foot pounds of torque in a 2400 pound car, it will stay with the best of the gasoline-powered Hot Rods.
All-electric hot rods that can hit sixty from a standing stop in three seconds might be the public face green cars need. This machine is not a toy; in fact, it's a match for darn near anything else on the road.