Edison2 doesn't plan to market the car in its current incarnation, but the technologies refined in its development could inform a future commercial model. Meanwhile, both of the two other prize winners are taking orders for their electric cars. North Carolina-based Li-Ion Motors' Wave2 – a two-seater that gets 187 miles on a single charge – netted the company a cool $2.5 million in prize cash. X-Tracer, a Swiss team from Winterthur, won another $2.5 million with its electric mini-car, the E-Tracer. The motorcycle like auto gets an even better 205 miles per charge and should be available in the U.S. next year.