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ZAP Electric Car Dealership Opens in Davis, Calif.

April 16, 2007

DAVIS, CA – A dealership for electric car company ZAP has opened in the City of Davis. The new dealership carries ZAP’s XEBRA Sedan and Truck. ZAP calls the XEBRA a ‘city-car,’ designed for short distance driving up to 40 mph. Able to plug into any standard electrical outlet, the XEBRA was designed to quickly and affordably fill the need for all-electric cars and trucks brought on by recent high gas prices. ZAP manufactures the XEBRA electric car and truck through a strategic partnership with a Chinese automaker and sells them through a licensed sales and service network for about $10,000. The cars will cost about $0.02 cents per mile to charge on electricity versus $0.12 cents or more for gasoline.
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