|The XEBRA EV|
ZAP, the seller of an Americanized version of the smart car, has entered into a manufacturing contract with a Chinese automaker to produce the vehicle. The company is currently taking advance orders on the car, which it lists for $8,995.
The XEBRA seats four and has a range of up to 40 miles (65 kilometers) and a top speed of 40 mph (65 km/h). It uses a DC motor powered by a lead-acid battery pack.
The company also is displaying its hydrogen fuel-cell Worldcar, powered by an Anuvu fuel cell stack, and a prototype of the new flex-fuel OBVIO!. (Earlier post.)