ZAP cars keep coming with Xebra, Obvio
However the small car market shakes out in five or ten years, we can get a taste of small cars today. News.com says that ZAP's recently released Xebra is fun to drive, even if it does have a top speed of only 40 mph and "feels like a slightly souped-up golf cart". The Xebra has a range of 40 miles, costs $9,000 and is made in China. Next year, ZAP will debut the Obvio (what kind of name is that? The Xebra at least is decorated with stripes), an ethanol-powered small car that will go from 0-60 in five or six seconds and seats three. Cost will be around $14,000 and the car will be imported from Brazil.
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