ZENN Electric Car (2009)

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ZENN Electric Car (2009)
The ZENN Electric Car is categorized as a Neighborhood Electric Vehicle (NEV). This means it’s a Low-Speed Vehicle (LSV) that meets the U.S. safety standards of a maximum speed of 40 km/hour.

But don’t be turned off by it’s lack of speed.The modern-day electric car is much more than a souped up golf cart, offering the full comfort of
a regular car without the cost of regular fuel.

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  • Price: $17,000
  • Space: 2 seater
  • Power: The power of this 100 percent electric motor is measured in kilowatts instead of horsepower. The LSV battery system is rated at about 10 kilowatts (40 amps @ 208 volts), with a maximum speed of 40 km/hour.
  • Batteries: Six 12-volt heavy duty, sealed,
    valve regulated lead acid, no spill, zero maintenance.
  • Charging time: Eight hours from empty, using standard 110-volt power (outlet plug-in) That would be like turning on a 1500-Watt electric baseboard heater for 6 hours each night.
  • Distance: 56–80 km (35–50 miles) on a single charge
  • Fuel type: Unleaded unneeded!
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