not sure if this helps...
Thanks for the link thats very cool. I like the idea driving all electric 90% of the time, and for the rare occasion having the option to use a bio-fuel generator to make it all the way home!
I don't know how they make the charger put out so much current though. Does it automatically happen because the battery voltage sags while driving and the charger compensates for this with more current? The only info I can find is 144 volts at 15-20 amps for the Zivan charger. Thats not enough to move any car at 45 mph as the website says.
For those interested, I found this generator which could possibly be run on veg oil. Somebody double check my math but if they're ratings are correct, this generator would give an EV hybrid 55-70 mpg and approx 720-1000 mile range on one tank of fuel. Works for me.