ZACUA ELECTRIC CARS
Zacua electric vehicle from Mexico was unveiled in July 2017. The Mexican company Motores Limpios, S.A.P.I. de C.V. produced the Zacua electric vehicle in partnership with Spanish, French and Chinese companies. The French company Automobiles Chatenet designed the two models, the M2 and M3. Spanish company Dynamik Technological Alliance developed the drivetrain while the battery is from China. The Zacua brand is named after the name of a bird species found from Mexico to Panama.
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Specifications for the Zacua are as follows:
- Dimensions: 3.06 meters long, 1.56 meters wide and 1.4 meters high.
- Weight – 380kg.
- Charge time is 8-hours
- Range 160km / 100 miles
- Top Speed of 85km/h / 53mph
- 15.6 kWh battery
- Electric Permanent Magnet Synchronous motor with a max power of 34kW.
Pricing for the base model starts at $24,500 / 440,000 pesos and buyers will not be required to pay car tax or purchase an environmental verification certificate as required by Mexican law. Owners will also not be restricted by the “Hoy No Circula” or No Circulation Today, an environmental program required to improve the air quality in Mexico through six monthly emission testing and restrictions on driving between 5.AM and 10 PM.
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