On Saturday, October 4, ZENN Motor Company (ZMC) will proceed with the official Canadian launch of the ZENN
, a small electric car designed for urban areas.
|ZENN assembly plant in Saint-Jérôme|
Three months ago, the Quebec Minister of Transport, Julie Boulet, announced the launch of a pilot project
authorizing low-speed vehicles to travel on the roads of the province. The commercialization of two new vehicles would be allowed: the Nemo
urban truck and the ZENN.
Following this announcement, the managers and employees at ZMC have been working around the clock to try and deliver the ZENN as quickly as possible to the population of Quebec.
That day is here. ZENN has invited everyone on the waiting list to attend the launch of the car, where they will get a chance to try it out.
For those of you interested in the ZENN but not on the waiting list, you'll be able add your name to the order book on that day. However, the manufacturer hasn't mentioned how many units will be available.
The event will be held at the ZENN assembly plant in Saint-Jérôme
. Buyers will have the opportunity to visit ZMC's facilities and chat with the employees.