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    You can hear the birds singing, if you turn your radio off in the Zero Emissions, Zero Noise ZENN car, manufactured in Canada.

    The surprisingly spacious trunk passes the test of fitting “a week’s worth of groceries for the average Canadian family: 20 cases of beer and a box of cereal.”

    It reduces your carbon footprint, even if your local electric plant is coal-fired – and if the price of gas keeps going up & surpasses the price of the electric bill to run this car, it might even make financial sense to drive one of these for your weekly chores…


    Update: Although the manufacturer is not completely down-and-out, it has come to light that they were ultimately crushed by Canadian bureaucracy and that they have stopped production on the cars and are now exclusively producing drive trains for the automotive industry (presumably, across the lake, in Detroit…)

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