About ZAP

ZAP stands for Zero Air Pollution®.
With its new product offerings, the Company is positioned to become a leading brand and distribution portal of advanced technology vehicles. ZAP is committed to running its business based on a strong philosophical foundation that supports the environment, social responsibility and profitability.

ZAP’s Strategy is to serve the growing and underrepresented consumer that seeks fuel efficient vehicles. With the recent increases in the cost of oil and increasing concern about the environment and the effects of global warming, we believe there is a large and untapped demand in the areas of transportation and consumer products. ZAP believes a similar opportunity is present today, enhanced by heightened environmental awareness, climate changes and economic pressures. ZAP has assembled a complete line of products to meet the growing demands of the environmentally conscious consumer focused on two primary businesses: ZAP Electric Vehicles and ZAP Recharge-It-All. We also conduct certain portions of our business through the following wholly-owned subsidiaries: Voltage Vehicles, ZAPWorld Stores, Inc., ZAP Manufacturing, Inc. and ZAP Rental Outlet. Interested in a Career at ZAP. Now is the Time, Join Us, or learn more at http://www.zapworld.com.

  1. Jay Dillon
    February 6, 2011 at 8:33 pm

    Could you send me full specifications list, and a price list, or price quotes for your current fleet of vehicles (all of the models that you currently sell), as well as any and all of your planned or early production stage vehicles? (Price estimates are ok.) Thank you very much. Also, can a potential customer request or suggest certain modifications for a vehicle they may plan to order?

  2. Orville Smith
    March 11, 2011 at 8:56 pm

    How do I get information on the latest developments of ZAP Electric Mini-Trucks and the proposed availability of a 55MPH capability mini-truck that is NYS-DOT approved for 55MPH highway use?

    I am a (Retired Mainframe Programmer/Analyst, USN Korean Vet – ET2). I would use the truck as a medium range second vehicle and DoItYourself utility carring building materials, etc. to my home from Lowes, Home Depot, etc.
    My radius of action would be 50 miles from Warwick, NY 10990.
    The vehicle would be licensed in NY.

    I have seen a similar(Vantage) EV Truck at the Castle Point VA Hospital/Medical Center in Wappingers Falls, NY, but it is governed at 25MPH and I don’t think it has airbags.

    My longrange vehicle is a 2005 Pontiac Vibe.

    Orville Smith

    • March 11, 2011 at 10:39 pm

      We are moving full speed ahead to put the ZAP Jonway A380 SUV into production in China. There are some opportunities we are considering that might help us bring faster trucks to the U.S., but nothing definite in the near future. Stay tuned, we’re building a new car company and this doesn’t happen overnight.

  3. March 12, 2011 at 6:22 am

    I would love to know if there are plans to bring these wonderful vehicles to Alabama: Dothan to be exact. I would purchase one of the cars and a Zappy 3 but the shipping must be out of this world to get one to me. I’m currently trying to make others aware of these vehicles and if I use the Zappy 3 to go back and forth to work (4 miles) I would advertise it to bring that attention to your site: I truly feel this has got to be the most awesome resolution to the steady increasing gas prices.
    Thank you for the option,
    Lisa R Taylor, Author

  4. paul bogdan
    May 13, 2011 at 9:12 am

    seriously, just make a standard one color car. just like the model T.back in the day. flood the market. make it reliable and dependable. target your taxi cab drivers and pizza deliver drivers. these people drive alot of miles and can care less what it looks likes… its been 10 years all we get is gas/electric assisted cars and E85 garbage. both useless..

  5. Penel
    September 7, 2011 at 9:24 pm

    I would like to buy a new vehicle from you but I need to sell my present Zap Xebra. Ideas? I am in Colorado

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