On Tuesday, ZAP, makers of the micro Smart Cars (not to be confused with the smart cars by DaimlerChrysler) posted sales totaling $2.3 million since inception according to the company. Said Steve Schneider, ZAP CEO, "The purpose of this announcement is to let the world know that we are executing on our business plan."
The 2005 Smart Car can be found in the U.S. states of Arizona, Florida, New Hampshire, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Washington. Other news on ZAP, such as its Obvio! (pictured) and Xebra micro vehicles, can be found here and here on Autoblog.


[Source: PR Newswire via Automotive.com]



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