Winding Road has a write-up of the Commuter Cars Tango T600 electric car, which was available for test-drives at the 2010 Detroit Auto Show.
What WR doesn't bother telling us is that the Tango is not really a production vehicle. It is sold as a kit. After you plunk down your $108,000, you get a shipment of a rolling chassis. Followed later by a shipment of missing parts that you can bolt on yourself, or have one of the Commuter Cars guys come out and install for you.
And if you live outside of the Spokane, WA area, where do you go if you need your Tango serviced? I assume you will have to have a Commuter Cars rep fly out to you.
There is currently one street legal, mass produced, electric-only vehicle in the U.S., and that is the Tesla Roadster. Everything else is, at this point, either vapor-ware or a toy.