Peapod is an Electric Car Made From Recycled Materials

Posted on April 25, 2009

Peapod is a Chrysler subsidiary. The Peapod car is an electric car that can go about 25 miles per hour. The car costs $12,500 and is made 90% from recycled materials. CNN says it can go 25 mph for just 2 cents a mile.

In a CNN video they start the Peapod using an iPhone. The iPhone can act as an ignition key for the vehicle. How bad do you want one of these odd little vehicles? It looks like there is so much glass in the vehicle that you can see the feet of the people inside it, but there are actually white panels there on the actual Peapod. Take a look:

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