The Buffalo Electric Vehicle Company was an American electric car manufacturing company from 1912 until 1915 based in Buffalo, New York. The motorcars were marked under the Buffalo brand. The company was formed by a merger of several companies, including Babcock Electric Carriage Company (whose founder Francis A. Babcock became Buffalo's president) and Van Wagoner. It was styled along the lines of gas-driven cars, and was marketed under the slogan "The Best of America". The company's factory and showroom was listed in the 'National Register of Historic Places' in 2005.
- David Burgess Wise, The New Illustrated Encyclopedia of Automobiles.
- Early Electric Car Companies
|Vehicle type||Fuel used|
|All-petroleum vehicle||Most use of petroleum|
|Regular hybrid electric vehicle||Less use of petroleum, but non-pluginable|
|Plug-in hybrid vehicle||Residual use of petroleum. More use of electricity|
|All-electric vehicle||Most use of electricity|
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