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In 1977, AMC introduced their "Concept 80" line of experimental vehicles, which included the AM Van, Grand Touring, Concept I, Concept II, and Jeep II. Along with this lineup they renamed the Amitron to be the Electron.
See Autopedia's comprehensive Electron (vehicle) Review.
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Design quirks and oddities
It has added side-view mirrors to the windows. The car was not driveable because it did not have a power train.
The design has been characterized by some observers as "hot, sexy, cute and practical." "The AMC Amitron had almost 50 years ago all that is still considered indispensable for an electric car if it is supposed to succeed: a decent range, low weight, and a jaunty look."
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