We learned about the struggles that Stacy Zoern, CEO of Community Cars, was having getting the Kenguru produced last month in this video. The good news is that the low-speed Kenguru (28 mile per hour top speed) is about to make its way into production. "Distribution in a number of European countries is imminent," Gizmodo reports. The car is hand-assembled in Pflugerville, TX by Community Cars. The Kenguru was originally designed by Rehab, Ltd in Hungary.
The Kenguru has a range of between 70 and 110 km (43-68 miles) and costs around $25,00 before governmental incentives. Because of the nature of this EV, qualified buyers can get both alternative powertrain and vocational rehabilitation incentives.