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The Electric Car Corporation plc is an electric car manufacturer and dealer based in Mayfair, London with an assembly plant in Flitwick, Bedfordshire, UK.[1] It makes and sells the Citroën C1 ev'ie, an electric car adapted from the Citroën C1. The car was first released on 30 April 2009 with a list price of £16,850 ($24,989 US).[2][3][4]

Board of Directors

Its board of directors comprises a number of former motor industry executives:[when?]

  • David Martell, the founder of Trafficmaster.
  • Jeff Solomon, a former Technical Director of Trafficmaster.
  • Maxwell Aitken, 3rd Baron Beaverbrook a former Conservative Party Whip and Party Treasurer. A former chairman of Ventech Healthcare Corporation.
  • Christopher Ross, a deputy chairman of Manganese Bronze who manufacture London taxis. Former Chief Executive of Ricardo plc and Wagon Automotive.
  • Richard Wright, a former Sales Director of Ford Motor Company. Former Director of Jaguar Cars in Europe.


  1. {{{author}}}, Four-seater electric car unveiled, BBC News, 30 April 2009.
  2. {{{author}}}, Electric Citroën C1 car is ready, but government grants are not, [[{{{publisher}}}]], 30 April 2009.
  3. {{{author}}}, Car Reviews - First Drive, [[{{{publisher}}}]], 30 April 2009.
  4. {{{author}}}, The Electric Car Corporation Launches the Citroën C1 ev'ie - The UK's First 4 Seat All-Electric Production Car, [[{{{publisher}}}]], 30 April 2009.

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