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December 16th, 2008
Nanotech to be used in revolutionary Russian sports car
"There can be no crisis in the real sector," Fomenko claimed with conviction. "We hope the ecological transition will come soon enough. If our innovative work goes as planned we will have electrical cars that can travel 400 kilometres without recharge by mid-2009".
"The project might get an extra dimension when the electric engine version is introduced, but it will inevitably lead to a dramatic increase of price, like it did with the $100,000-Tesla Roadster," Pikulenko agreed.
"The problem in Russia is not even the electric engine, but the battery," Ostrovsky stressed. "Our cold climate negatively affects their capacity. We dug in that direction and have found a very interesting nanotech project made at one of Russia's big construction bureaus. It might help solve the battery problem".
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