However, this was a short lived acquisition as various regulations and guidelines made producing the vehicles in the US difficult. Ford ceased production of the line in 2002 and sold the company in 2003 to KamKorp Group, based in India. The company again changed hands in 2006, returning to Norway in the hands of an investment group. THINK was again sold in 2011 to Electric Mobility Solutions. The brand was to be revived with a new line in 2012, but instead production ceased when the company filed for bankruptcy for the fourth time in 2011.
THINK was best known for the THINK City, Ox, and Open. The City is a two door, two seat sub-compact vehicle with a top speed of around 68 MPH and a range of roughly 100 miles on a single charge. The Ox seats five and featured a top speed of 81 MPH. The three door Open seats two and features and open roof. The City was sold almost exclusively throughout European countries while the Ox and Open were primarily concept cars.
In 2010, THINK created fifteen vehicles at their Indiana plant and used them primarily for government use. Featuring lithium-ion batteries, the vehicles were the first made American electric vehicles mass produced. Featuring zero emissions, the THINK City led the charge for more popular electric vehicles later produced by other auto manufacturers.