Canadian firm will sell electric car in U.S.
A Canadian company plans to start selling a tiny $10,000 electric car in the United States by the end of July. The Zenn -- short for zero emissions, no noise -- is a French-built two-seat hatchback that can go about 35 miles on a single charge of its lead-acid batteries and is limited to a top speed of 25 mph. Ian Clifford, 43, CEO of Feel Good Cars Inc., of Toronto, says he has signed 20 U.S. dealers in the Southeast and Southwest -- mostly Florida, Arizona and California. He says he expects to expand to around 45 dealers by the end of the year.