Arnold Schwarzenegger pushes gas guzzlers as undercover car salesperson




 

Do it now!

That's sleazy used car salesman Howard Kleiner back in action, this time trying to get would-be electric car buyers hyped about gas-guzzling, fossil fuel-burning cars.

Except it's - surprise! - former California governor, body builder, and movie star Arnold Schwarzenegger with a fake mustache and wig. He's just pretending to be a salesman obsessed with muscle cars that burn tons of gas as part of a campaign to get more people informed about electric vehicles.

"We need to get off fossil fuels as quickly as we can," the governator said in a phone call this week.

The tongue-in-cheek video is part of EV coalition Veloz's "Kicking Gas" and Electric For All campaign to bring more electric cars to California and beyond. The organization works with automakers, utilities, government agencies, charging networks, and other transportation groups to raise awareness about electric vehicles. Read more...

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