ZENN makes car history in Sitka — Not!

SITKA, ALASKA John and Barb Tatum with their Vanguard Citicar at Sitka's Harrigan Centennial Hall c. 1975 (photo courtesy Barb Lessard)
The ZENN seats two. It has an aluminum alloy chassis and a body made from ABS plastic panels.

There are four batteries located below the cargo area, and two under the hood.

The ZENN charges in four hours on household current.

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