OwnerDale Brooks
Owner's Other EVs1967 Chevrolet Corvair Monza
1981 Jet Electrica 007
1996 Ford Electric Ranger
2008 ZENN
LocationHouston, Texas United States map
Web/EmailWebPage email image
Vehicle2008 Zap Xebra Pk Zero
Prepare yourself for a whole new driving experience. Xebra Truck's do not attempt to behave like other vehicles. They are unique. They are quiet, yet agile. Imagine a world filled with silent Xebra Truck's instead of noisy internal combustion engines. The ZAP Xebra Truck is the offspring of more than three decades of thought and evolution. This vehicle was created as a breed by itself. Because the use and purpose of electric vehicles are different than gas cars, the wheel did indeed need to be reinvented. No Tailpipe, just plug it in! Even after counting emissions from electric generating plants, Xebra Truck's produce 98% fewer pollutants than gas cars. It's Electric! Laugh at high oil prices, in fact, forget about gas stations, oil spills, and fumes - forever! A Xebra Truck's appetite is meager. And you can recharge it at any electrical outlet.
MotorD&D Motor Systems, Inc. 72v Series Wound DC
DrivetrainSingle Speed Gear Box Forward & Reverse
3 wheel motorcycle (Zero Emission Vehicle)
80 Volt
Batteries6, 12.00 Volt, Lead-Acid, Gel
System Voltage72 Volts
ChargerDelta-Q Technologies 72v
Onboard 110 Volt AC
HeaterMagically doesn't work...
Top Speed40 MPH (64 KPH)
Up to 40 mph
Range25 Miles (40 Kilometers)
Up to 25 miles per charge (40km) *Up to 40 miles per day with opportunity charging; Energy to charge 4.75 kwh
EV Miles
Current:300 Miles (482 Kilometers)
    As of 11/17/2008
Seating Capacity2 adults
Curb Weight0
Shipping Weight: approx. 1,863lbs
Gross Vehicle Weight: approx. 2,845lbs
Weight Capacity: approx. 500lbs
TiresLittle 13inch
Conversion Cost$15,000
Additional FeaturesSOLAR PANEL!!!!

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