The Smart ForTwo finally will be coming to the U.S. – but not to Smart dealers. The minicar initially will be sold by Zap dealers in 45 states. Zap, a California-based electric-vehicle distributor, paid $10 million for the rights to distribute 15,000 current-generation ForTwos annually for 10 years in the U.S. from Smart-Automobile LLC, a privately held company that oversees the direct importation and modification of the vehicles to comply with U.S. standards. Smart’s minicar is ...
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