(PRWEB) October 11, 2013
With global concerns about the use of fossil fuels in motor vehicles, car manufacturers are turning to other energy sources such as electricity to power vehicles. There is a race to build a long range, more affordable and mass market electric car that can go at least 200 miles without recharging. With this goal in mind, car manufacturers are expanding their battery testing plants in order to lower the costs of electric vehicles. This is intended to make such vehicles an attractive option for majority of new motorcar buyers.
The "Leading Edge" program with host Jimmy Johnson is happy to announce the upcoming partnership with car experts and manufacturers to create content exploring the Electric Car industry. There is hope of producing a vehicle that can cost $35,000 before any tax credit, as well as a vehicle that can go up to 40 miles before its gasoline engine kicks in, and the leading edge team will chronicle these developments.
In addition to educating the public on the potential for the the vehicle capabilities, "Leading Edge" will also be focusing on the manufacturing and creation of these vehicles, and the economic effects that may be a result of such developments in communities.
The "Leading Edge" program is hosted by longtime sports commentator and coach Jimmy Johnson. "Leading Edge" is not affiliated with PBS. The show is distributed to Public Television nationwide.
To learn more, visit http://www.leadingedgeseries.com, or email info(at)leadingedgeseries(dot)com.