Wheego Announces LiFe Rentals in Cayman Islands

Wheego Electric Cars, a U.S. manufacturer of all-electric cars, announced Sept. 19 that the Alexander Hotel in Cayman Brac will offer the Wheego LiFe for daily rental.

As of Sept. 21, the Wheego LiFe is available at the hotel through Wheego dealer Cayman Automotive.

The EV comes fully-equipped with driver and passenger airbags, anti-lock brakes, power windows and locks, and optional air conditioning. The LiFe can travel approximately 100 miles on a single charge, according to automaker estimates, and can be recharged from any 100V outlet, or from a J1772-compliant charging station.

It is available in red, white, blue, black, silver and green.

“This culminates more than seven years of work to bring fully electric vehicles to the Cayman Islands,” said President and CEO of Cayman Automotive John Felder. “We will welcome visitors to our island with an emissions-free choice of transportation. The Wheego LiFe is an important part of protecting our beautiful surroundings for generations to come.”


  1. Harlow Jean [ March 7, 2013 @ 01:00AM ]

    It’s great to know that the Cayman Auto industry is going to the next level with electronic cars. I have been waiting for this day for a very long time now. I must thank the writer of this post for sharing this fantastic news with the readers. Hope I will buy one as soon I can.

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