"Have you driven a Fjord lately?
Think's zippy little Web-enabled, carbon-free electric driving machine could help reverse 100 years of automotive history...
Taking a cue from Dell , the company will sell cars online, built to order. It will forgo showrooms and seed the market through car-sharing services like Zipcar. Every car will be Internet-and Wi-Fi-enabled, becoming, according to Willums, a rolling computer that can communicate wirelessly with its driver, other Think owners, and the power grid.
In other words, it's Web 2.0 on wheels. 'We want to sell mobility,' Willums says. 'We don't want to sell a thing called the Think.'"
Can Think's electric car revolutionize the auto industry? [via Slashdot]