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Miles Electric Vehicles was founded in 2004 by entrepreneur/philanthropist Miles Rubin with a mission to rapidly develop advanced all electric vehicles to meet the needs of organizations and everyday drivers, while using no gas and producing zero tailpipe emissions.

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The current Miles line includes low speed all electric vehicles that produce zero tailpipe emissions and deliver strikingly low operating costs, making them a great fit for "greening" fleets nationwide. Current Miles fleet customers include Stanford and Yale universities, California State Polytechnic University, Queens College, UC Irvine, UC Davis and UCLA, as well as NASA, the US Navy, the National Park Service, and the Sacramento Municipal Utility District.

The Miles XS500 prototype sedan currently under development will top 80mph and travel over 120 miles on a single charge - for about the cost of a gallon of gas.

Miles Electric Vehicles is owned by Miles Automotive Group, Ltd, and headquartered at the historic Santa Monica Airport in Santa Monica, California.

(source: Miles)

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