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ZAP Presents Electric Vehicles to U.S. Army at Fort Bliss
In brief: ZAP, the little EV company that could, presented an electric truck, van, and all-terrain vehicle (ATV) to the U.S. Army at the Fort Bliss Renewable Energy Rodeo this week.
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At Fort Bliss, Texas, electric vehicle builder ZAP demonstrated its line of EVs, including an electric truck, a van, and an ATV, at the U.S. Army's Renewable Energy Rodeo and Symposium. The Symposium is sponsored by the Army's Research, Development and Engineering Command's Tank and Automotive Center.
ZAP demonstrated its ZAPTRUCK XL (convertible bed), the ZAPVAN SHUTTLE (a small, 4-seat shuttle), and the ZAP DUDE ATV (an all-terrain 4-wheeled vehicle).
The Fort Bliss event is held for government officials, fleet managers, Pentagon-level military personnel, and students from El Paso-area colleges and universities.
The U.S. Army currently fields a handful of ZAP vehicles at it's Daegu, Korea installation.
And so ...
Interesting event as part of the military's endeavors to become more green.
Photo credits: ZAP
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