TAZZARI ELECTRIC VEHICLES
Tazzari Group produces the Zero at its plant in Imola Italy and markets its vehicle in the UK and Europe. Tazarri’s strategy is to provide the very best technology and quality at a competitive price. The automaker is headquartered in the same area of Italy as Ferrari and Lamborghini. The strategy is focused on small electric vehicles. The Tazzari EM1 is classified as a neighborhood electric vehicle (NEV). In 2017 Tazzari launched the Tazzari EM2 which is classified as an M1 highway capable vehicle and two neighborhood electric quadricycle versions, the Tazzari Zero City and Tazzari Junior for drivers of 14 years and older.
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