‘Revenge Of The Electric Car’ Awaits 10000 Facebook Fans to Premiere Much-Anticipated Trailer


Are you among those lucky ones who had a chance to watch ‘Who Killed The Electric Car?’  If you would remember, the film had told us how the idea of an electric car was killed even before people started talking about it. Fortunately enough, electric cars have been lucky to have a reincarnation of late. The market is soon to be flooded with beauties that run on charged batteries. Not to worry if you hadn’t had the chance to watch the documentary when it came out years ago.  For, 2011 will see a sequel coming up, and it will be aptly titled ‘Revenge Of The Electric Car’.

Expected to narrate a global resurgence of electric vehicles, the sequel to come courtesy of Chicago-based production company WestMidWest Productions will be something to watch out for. The wait is on.

A trailer to the much awaited documentary will be premiered on the film’s Facebook page. Not to hurry, though. The production house has said that the trailer of the movie will be premiered only when 10,000 people have signed up as fans. Considering that the page has only around 2000 fans as of now, it might take a while before we get to see the trailer.

That means, if you are looking forward to seeing the trailer soon, you will have to rush and sign up as a fan. You need to tell your friends too so that the number goes up to 10,000 in a jiffy.


It is expected that the Revenge Of The Electric Car will take a look at the increasing popularity of electric vehicles in the modern day world. It might also take you to EV players such as Nissan, Tesla, General Motors and many more to give you a first hand account of what’s coming up


What are you waiting for?  Login here and be a fan so that you get to see the trailer on Facebook  without much delay.

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  1. […] Remember we told you about Chris Paine’s Revenge of The Electric Car some time ago? The documentary will start screening nationwide in the US this weekend. Revenge of The Electric Car is the sequel of his well known documentary film Who Killed the Car, a 2006 release. The premiere of the film was shown at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York earlier this year. […]

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