One Man's Fiat 500e Electric Car Might Get Him To Sell His BMW

2007 BMW 335i and 2015 Fiat 500e electric car in driveway, May 2015 [photo: Chris Baccus]

It's been said before, but the only way to understand why electric cars are a better way to drive is to drive one.

The shorthand for that rule is "getting butts in seats."

That's the process of putting inexperienced drivers behind the wheel of modern plug-in vehicles to let them experience the smooth, quiet power and the torquey acceleration from rest.

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Now comes a blog post that indicates how well that process works.

Southern California marketing executive Chris Baccus has been a friend of Green Car Reports for a while now.

Last month, he ended up buying a 2015 Fiat 500e based on an article on the site that described how a group of race-car enthusiasts in the San Francisco Bay Area had collectively bought more than 100 of the little electric minicars.

2014 Fiat 500e - Driven, July 2014 (NWAPA Drive Revolution)

2014 Fiat 500e - Driven, July 2014 (NWAPA Drive Revolution)

Source : https://www.greencarreports.com/news/1098486_one-mans-fiat-500e-electric-car-might-get-him-to-sell-his-bmw

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