Pivco, now a holding company, has been replaced by Th!nk Nordic, owned 51% by Ford and 49% by existing shareholders. Th!nk was the name given to Pivco's diminutive electric city car, an elegant creation comprising a steel and aluminum spaceframe clad in polyethylene and ABS panels. Th!nk Siemens motor produces 40 ps, 23 ps continuous at a maximum of 10,000 rpm, is three-phase, water-cooled, ... [Show full abstract] asynchronous and provides a regenerative braking function. Top speed is electronically limited to 88 km/h and 48 km/h achievable in seven seconds. Torque is 107 Nm, 51 Nm continuous at 1000 rpm, enabling Th!nk to climb a gradient of 28% and achieve a range, on the urban ECE cycle, of 100 km.