SANTA ROSA, Calif., Nov. 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- ZAP (ZAAP), an Electric Vehicle (EV) automotive company incorporated in California Bay Area, and Jonway Auto is exhibiting the URBEE at the Los Angeles Auto Show in the Concourse Hall at the Los Angeles Convention Center. The Los Angeles Auto Show is from November 21st to November 30th this week.
The URBEE is US DOT approved and is currently showing at the LA Auto Show with the objective of building its dealership network in North America and entering into the EV utility fleet market in the US. The URBEE with its four wheel disc brakes, heating, optional air conditioning, and roof rack is ideally suited for resorts, retirement communities, campuses and enclosed properties or private development estates. The URBEE, designed with the ruggedness of an ATV and "easy-to-drive" touch of a neighborhood electrical vehicle, has a robust chassis with strengthened suspension to give riders comfort. It can drive over rough terrain and is excellent as a recreational vehicle, with a range of 130km to 150km between charges.
ZAP is looking to build up their dealership network in both North and South America, and will also be expanding to Europe where it is already EU L7 type approved.
About ZAP and Jonway Auto
ZAP and Jonway Auto designs and manufactures quality, affordable new energy and electric vehicles (EVs). Jonway Automobile has ISO 9000 manufacturing facilities, certified for EV manufacturing, and engineering, sales and customer services facilities in China. Jonway has production capacity of up to 50,000 vehicles per year, over 1 million square feet of factory space, and over 65 acres of land and established sales distribution network in China. ZAP, an early pioneer of EVs, brings to both companies a broad range of EV product technologies. ZAP is headquartered in Santa Rosa, California and Jonway Auto is located in Zhejiang Province of the People's Republic of China. Additional information about ZAP Jonway is available at http://www.zapworld.com.
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