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Overlooking the endless flow of traffic and congestion on Beirut's seaside corniche road is a clean, futuristic showroom that features some of the quietest and tiniest cars on the market.In fact, electric cars have existed since the late 1800s, but were eclipsed by combustion engine models that offered lower costs, more ease of control and better mileage. The 1990s, which saw higher oil prices and increased environmental awareness, witnessed a renewed interest in the electric car. Still, the Monza manager says he believes that it's just a matter of time before the technology of electric cars is used more widely and in larger cars at higher mileage.For now, he's happy to be selling an environmentally friendly car that will one day, in one form or another, go mainstream.
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