A pair of new electric cars will hit the streets this spring, as Texas-based distributor Evcarco, Inc. says it will soon start selling a two-seat EV called the Tazzari, followed closely by a an SUV-sized vehicle .
The two-seat, Italian-built Tazzari – with a range of about 80 miles and a top speed of 60 mph – will sell for about $31,000. The vehicle is small – about the size of the tiny Smart Fortwo – and might be considered a neighborhood vehicle in some locales.
According to the Wall Street Journal, however, the bigger news coming from Evcarco is that it is “within several weeks” of rolling out a bigger EV, called the EnVision electric wagon. The EnVision – considered a crossover SUV — will reportedly have an all-electric range of 200 miles and a top speed of 75 mph.
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