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Felix Kramer's Chevy Volt (awaiting VOLT009 license plate) with portable cable set at Kings Beach, Lake Tahoe in January 2011 Full-size photo
Felix Kramer with Chevy Volt (awaiting VOLT009 license plate) and portable cable set at Brockway Summit overlooking Lake Tahoe in January 2011 Full-size photo
Redwood City, February 2011 Full-size photo
Raindrops on the lens don't obscure the promise of these rainbowed vehicles, Redwood City, February 2011 Full-size photo
Felix Kramer's Chevy Volt (awaiting VOLT009 license plate) and the San Francisco Peninsula Coastal Range in January 2011. Full size photo
Felix Kramer's Chevy Volt (awaiting VOLT009 license plate) near the foothills south of San Francisco in January 2011. Full size photo
A prototype of Toyota's plug-in hybrid Prius drives by a CalCars' converted PHEV at a rooftop ride-and-drive in San Jose, June 15, 2010. Toyota lent a car to Silicon Valley Leadership Group, to be used by member executives as a preview of the mass-produced car coming in 2012. Full size photo
CalCars' Prius converted at LA Auto Show November 2007 in front of building-sized ad for GM's Chevy Volt PHEV. Full size photo
After his car was converted at the Maker Faire in San Mateo in May 2007, Jim Philippi's family became the first individual owners of a Prius in the Lone Star State. He drives it past Houston City Hall on the way to work every morning. Full size photo
Founder Felix Kramer's Prius, converted by EnergyCS. Full-size photo Felix Kramer is the world's first consumer owner of a plug-in hybrid. He put 15,000 miles on the car in the six months after it was converted in April 2006, flew it to Washington to give rides to Senators and Representatives, and put the car at the service of building what former CIA Director James Woolsey describes as the "coalition between the tree-huggers, the do-gooders, the sod-busters, the cheap hawks, and the evangelicals."
Felix Kramer's Prius isolated on a white background. Full-size photo
Felix with his plug-in, 100+ MPG Prius Full-size photo
At the May 2007 Cascadia conference in Redmond, WA, we gave rides in our car and an Escalade stretch limo waited for a GM speaker. Full-size photo
Founder Felix Kramer's Prius at Crissy Field in San Francisco. Full-size photo
CalCars Tech Lead Ron Gremban and Founder Felix Kramer brought both cars to the Oct 23, 2006 Yes on 87 rally in Berkeley with Al Gore. Full-size photo
Founder Felix Kramer, Technology Lead Ron Gremban, and the Golden Gate Bridge (with the PRIUS+). Full-size photo
The "dongle" connects to any 120-volt extension cord to recharge the car. Full-size photo
Technology Lead Ron Gremban and Oregon's Mount Hood. Full-size photo
The PRIUS+ and Mount Hood. Full-size photo
Oil and cars: a relationship slowly drifting apart. Full-size photo
Still drifting apart. Full-size photo
The original March 19, 2004 CalCars bumper sticker. This car started plugging in on April 7, 2006.
Rear bumper of an instrumented (but not converted) Ford Escape Hybrid Full-size photo