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ZAP in Pilot Program with City for Electric Trucks

29 March 2007

The City of Richmond, California and ZAP are launching a pilot fleet program to demonstrate ZAP Xebra electric trucks in the city fleet. (Earlier post.)

The XEBRA is manufactured through a strategic partnership with a Chinese auto manufacturer and available through ZAP’s authorized dealers at a price of about $10,000.

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