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Transportation Tuesday: Zero-Emissions ZENN Car
Posted By Jorge Chapa On January 29, 2008 @ 1:00 pm In Green Transportation,Innovation | 20 Comments
If you are in the market for a small low speed urban vehicle for everyday use, ZENN , a zero-emission, no-noise vehicle might just be your answer. Available in most parts of the United States, it’s a compact car that’s as green as it is useful. According to the EPA, the ZENN is capable of achieving a whopping 245 miles per gallon!
Alternate modes of transportation to the standard gasoline-powered vehicles are great solutions to the problem of controlling greenhouse gases. Small compact neighborhood vehicles, such as this one and MIT’s stackable cars , are an interesting proposition that might be worth exploring further. While the Zenn won’t be for everyone, there is certainly a market out there for those who do most of their driving urban centers.
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 ZENN: http://www.zenncars.com/
 MIT’s stackable cars: http://www.inhabitat.com/2007/11/13/transportation-tuesday-mits-stackable-city-car/
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