The NICE Car Company is working with Italian company Tazzari to sell a new electric car called the Tazzari ZERO in the British market. The car is said to have been designed and developed in Italy and is constantly referred to as “all-Italian” in the press material – Tazzari is obviously hoping to inject some excitement into what is actually something small, easy to maneuver, clean and efficient.
You know how people are with Italian automobiles – they can be the worse trashcans with wheels on the road but you automatically forgive them and love them because they are built with “passion” and somehow exude a certain feel-good aura.
Back to the Tazzari ZERO – it’s essentially a little 2-door 2-seater small car that runs on an electric motor and lithium ion batteries. It looks pretty much like the NICE MyCar with slightly different styling. Thanks to its recyclable aluminium chassis it only weighs 542kg. It can go up to 150km on a full charge and charging up takes 45 minutes. No raw performance numbers for the electric motor but it can go up to 50km/h in 4.5 seconds, up to a 90km/h top speed.
Yes, this is definitely a city car… or a countryside car at best.
Look after the jump for two more shots of the Tazzari ZERO.