Mexico introduces electric vehicle Zacua, market ready in November

Mexico has designed an electric car specific to the needs of motorists in Mexican cities. The Zacua, a zero-emission coupe made by Motoros Limpios, is expected to be available for purchase in November starting at $24,500. It’s lithium-ion battery will charge in eight hours and has a 115 km range. The Zacua will not be subject to the “Hoy No Circula (No Circulation Today)” regulation and owners will not be required to pay car tax or purchase an environmental certificate. The cars will initially be manufactured in Mexico, and the company is endeavoring to have all parts of the cars made in Mexico, provided there is a demand in Mexico’s market.