Think Logo
Think Logo

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Think Global was an electric car company located in Oslo, Norway, which manufactured cars under the THINK brand. The company was originally founded in January 1991 as PIVCO (for Personal Independent Vehicle Company). The first practical prototype, the PIV2, like the vehicles that followed, were built around a chassis made of aluminum and carrying a body made of polyethylene thermoplastic rotomolded in one piece.

There are other car models that were produced. The Think City is a small two-seater or 2+2-seater highway capable electric car, with a maximum speed of 110 kilometers per hour (68 mph) and an in-town range of 160 kilometers (99 my) on a full charge. The Think City is available with both a Zebra Sodium (Molten salt battery) battery and a Lithium-ion battery, which both travel 100 miles, or 160 kilometers on a full charge, and based on the International Electrotechnical Commission’s standards for electric cars. Another is THINK Ox is a concept five-seater electric car with a top speed of 130 km/h (81 mph) and a 100 kW motor.It’s compact. It’s electric. It’s a zero-emissions zippy little car that’s a feat of design and engineering.

Think logo is also popular as environment friendly like other car logos. With its simple design, the logo presents a life that is not stressful due to pollution like fueled car logos brought.  The use of the electric vehicles like cars with the logo solves some of the problems by nature and saves money due to its practicality. Indeed, the logo made a difference unlike other car logos known today.

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