Friday, July 18, 2008

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Zenn electric car

has performance suited to the city, it costs $ 15,000 and promises a lower cost per kilometer to the nearest cent. Ready-made strategy for export. first historic step for the electric car to debut in grand style on the Canadian market. This is not the usual supercar, a prototype or small series production vehicle to test the market: the Zenn, the name of the car is a true city car, which is cheap - $ 15,000 - and that delivers very similar to those of a car of this size. The Zenn (by the way, the name stands for "zero emissions no noise", ie zero emissions no noise) can reach a top speed of 40 km per hour and travel 50 to 80 miles fully charged battery. Benefits are not ridiculous, but those that are required for all cars in our cities. In all cases it is always available for those who want the Nemo, which has a range of 110 kilometers and can reach speeds of up to 60 hours.
Interesting also the limit of the approval to prevent any crowds from taking a Zenn and launched into a coast to coast (in the U.S. would be able to) the Zenn is approved only for use on public roads with a limit of 50 mph, ie in the city. Ricicolo the cost per kilometer (about a penny per kilometer) and the development plan ready to export these cars to Mexico, Europe and some U.S. states. In short, the future, most likely, has begun. The beauty is that begins away from the proposals and ideas of the giants of the car. This is also a sign of how mainstream manufacturers have not grasped the need for environmentally friendly super car. Source: Republic.


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