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Citroen C-ZERO Electric Vehicle Ready by Q4 2010

Published by on Nov 10th, 2009, 2 Comments

The green minded have another reason to smile as the French from Citroen have announced that their C-Zero electric vehicle concept will actually see daylight by the end of 2010. Powered by a permanent magnet synchronous motor that outputs 64 bhp and 180Nm of torque, the C-Zero also gets a 16kWh energy boost from a 330-volt lithium-ion battery. All these help it reach 100km/h in 15 seconds and give the car a 130 km range — enough for your daily commuting.


The new Citroen C-Zero EV only takes 6 hours to fully charge at 220V and only 30 minutes on a 400V plug if you can settle with only 80-percent. Fitted with ABS, electric windows, air conditioning, ESP and six airbags, the new C-Zero is expected to hit the road by the end of 2010. [via WCF]



C-zero EV sounds cool. But it would be more fun if it looks really good. Perhaps a little change or even more would be in mind for 2010.

November 11, 2009 3:35 am Reply

Sounds Good

Ok this is not bad. However; now having seen the Goss132 EV, and having read that it will be under 30K. Why am I just reading about Goss132 now?? This should be front page all over the place.



November 11, 2009 1:54 pm Reply