At the moment Ecomotion sells primarily all-electric ZAP vehicles. One typical ZAP model is the XEBRA. Described by ZAP as "gas-free transportation for busy, urban drivers." The XEBRA is priced somewhere around $10,000. It comes in a four-seat sedan or two-seat utility truck, plugs into an electrical outlet to get is power and can do city driving at up to 40 MPH.
ZAP says Ecomotion has already sold several of its vehicles and that Oregon is one of the top electric car markets in the US. We've covered ZAP vehicles before and find them to be an EcoGeek favorite. It will be interesting to see what kind of adoption rate of EVs there will be in this city already known for rabid Prius owners.
And if you're not in Portland, a list of non-ecomotion electric car dealerships accross the country can be found here.
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