If you're looking for a classic electric car, there's no better option than GM's sometimes hard-to-find EV1.

Unfortunately it's impossible to find it in the wild, so take a look at one of its direct competitors, the 2002 Toyota RAV4 EV.

A surprising and very rare example of Toyota's first impressions of a Hyundai electric vehicle was recently sold on Craigslist,

giving fans of classic electric vehicles a chance to pick their grandfather who smelled of Hyundai electric vehicles.

Through the eyes of an automotive executive.Sold exclusively in North Carolina. Like the GM EV1,

the first-generation RAV4 EV was offered exclusively to Toyota under the Legionnaire program,

but only to vehicle customers as it entered the millennium. By 2002, Toyota had had a brief sales period for this battery-powered crossover,

but began offering it to the general public for direct purchase for $42,000 (about $67,500 in 2022 dollars). When the battery runs out,