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Global Electric Launches All-New, Six-Passenger GEM Electric Vehicles

April 25, 2006

FARGO, N.D. – Global Electric Motorcars, LLC, a DaimlerChrysler company, has launched production of its all-new, six-passenger GEM electric vehicle at the company’s headquarters and assembly plant in Fargo.The street-legal GEM e6 is being added to the current GEM lineup of two- and four-passenger vehicles and two utility vehicle models. California remains the strongest market for zero-emission GEM vehicles, along with Sun Belt states such as Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Mississippi, Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana, Florida, and Hawaii.GEM vehicles have a top speed of 25 mph, can be driven on roadways posted up to 35 mph, and meet all federal safety standards for Low Speed Vehicles. They are classified as zero-emission vehicles.
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