The second-generation C-ZEN vehicle, from Courb, was unveiled earlier this month at the 2011 International Motor Show in Geneva.
The C-ZEN, which stands for C'est Z?ro Emission Nocive (English translation: "No Harmful Emissions"), has a range of up to 125 miles with a top speed of 68 mph, and is powered by a 15kW electric motor.
The French automaker is marketing the car to young, European urban dwellers.
Courb has partnered with Valence Technology, which will supply LiFeMgPO4 lithium phosphate batteries to power the C-ZEN.
"Valence has been supporting and developing the onboard electrical power … Read more