Electric Vehicles

ZAP Introduces 4-Wheel Electric Truck

December 04, 2008

Electric car provider ZAP has introduced the four-wheel ZAP Truck XL, an 800 pound, electric, plug-in transportation unit.

The XL is a robust four-wheel truck with ample cab space and payload capacity making it ideal for industrial and utility fleet purposes. According to the company, the vehicle meets full Department of Transportation requirements for 25 mph low-speed vehicles.

The XL is able to drive up to 30 miles on a charge. From a standard 110 volt outlet the ZAP Truck XL recharges in about six hours and an 80 percent charge in just four hours. ZAP offers optional upgrades to 220 volt charging for faster charging. MSRP on the truck is $14,950.

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