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Mario Haberfeld
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Congratulations on this inititive!!!

Damien Sartorius
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I’ve been following this project since the beginning and it’s great to see how fast technology and knowledge managed to give you a Land Rover capable of dealing with the bush. I’m excited to hear about it again in the soon future!

Anna
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Brilliant!

Eric Barkalow
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This is an application for EV’s that is past due. My wife and I are living with electric transport (Zero motorcycle and Nissan Leaf) in Los Angeles, and have thought the quiet safari should be an option when we go to Africa. We are planning a trip for late 2013, is this an option to go on a drive now, or is it still test phase only? Perhaps I could at least come by and see it? We will be in Kruger for a couple weeks. Either way, great work!

Kate Neill
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Hi Eric,

We will not have one of the prototypes on property over that time as Landrover are still busy ironing out some of the minor details that we found in the last one. We will be sure to post a blog on the next vehicle that we test.

Thanks,
Kate

Fred
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Way to go! Looking forward to a ride in this Electric Land Rover some day soon!

Shirley
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wonderful, much better for the environment.

Trevor & Colleen
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Fast enough for Wild Dog chase? 🙂

John Holley
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Stoffie are you sure Anton Komar isn’t your father?

James Weis
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This is the future! Will be easier to hear the alarm sounds in the bush!

Mattias Goldmann Gröna Bilister
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Hi! This is exciting, though for Swedish green Motorists I would love to have more technical details than what is provided here. Where can I find it?
Further: Am I right in understanding that you are currently not using the EV?

All the best!

Reg Engelbrecht
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Hope to experience this new vehicle during our next visit ! Great stuff……..

Arthur Stevenson
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Wonderful, But I’m just wondering. How far does it go then with one “fillig” and 12 people aboard? Interresting. Anything else changed? Gearbox? Drive train changes?

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