Z.E.N.N. = Zero Emissions, No Noise. It’s a Canadian car made in Quebec. It can travel 35 miles on a charge and is speed rated at 25 miles per hour. In other words, it’s a so-called “neighborhood vehicle” that plugs into a standard outlet. Not particularly convenient for many who have long commutes, but for many who just run errands, pick up the kids from school, or go get a few groceries, it’s perfect. In fact, it seems to be designed to handle a week’s worth of Canadian groceries. Canada’s own Rick Mercer reports:
Oh, and it’s not available in Canada.