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ZAP Offers New Lead-Acid Batteries for Xebra Electric Truck

15 March 2007

ZAP is offering a new sealed lead-acid battery for its Xebra Truck that can increase its current range of 25 miles per charge by up to 40%.

The battery was specifically designed by a battery OEM for the XEBRA truck. The batteries are not yet available for the XEBRA Sedan. ZAP says a set of batteries will sell for about $1,200.

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Not bad 34 miles or so on lead acid.

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