The Large Exxon Company launched Electric Vehicles , housed in a maintenance building on the edge of Exxon Research & Engineering's large Florham Park, N.J.with the vast resources of Exxon behind it. various models and technical advances were made.
EXXON Experimental Electric Vehicle prototype.
The striking gull-wing door body of this prototype is based on a Bradley GT design but incorporates graphite fiber reinforced plastics.
A proprietary direct current system is powered by twelve 6 V batteries weighing 750 1b (340 kg).
The propulsion unit allows a top speed of 55 mph (88 km/h) to be reached, while a cruising speed of 45 mph (72 km/h) is recommended.
Range between charges varies according to how the car is driven but is roughly 30 miles (48 km).
length 177 in (450 cm), width 69 in (175 cm),
height 43.50 in (110 cm), wheelbase 95 in (241cm) and curb weight 2,350 1b (1,066 kg).