Commuter Cars

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Commuter Cars is a Spokane, Washington based company founded by Rick Woodbury and his son Bryan. They are beginning production of the first of their line of ultra-narrow electric sports cars, the Tango T600. The first production car was owned by actor George Clooney who took delivery on August 9, 2005.

The T600 costs $240,000[1] and is delivered virtually fully assembled, requiring the owner to complete the car in about eight hours.

The company has submitted a Letter of Intent to compete for the Progressive Insurance Automotive X Prize. Whether this involves the Tango T600 or one of their concepts, the Tango T100 and T200, or some other car is unknown.


  1. ^ "Commuter Cars Pricing". Commuter Cars Official Website. Commuter Cars. Retrieved 15 April 2015.

External links

  • Official website

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