Zap says it has received an order from an unnamed U.S. auto dealer for a 100-unit block purchase of the Smart ForTwo model. Last week Zap announced it will be the exclusive importer of the ForTwo model in the U.S., having paid $10 million for the rights to distribute 15,000 of the current-generation model annually here for 10 years. Zap has a near-term goal of 150 dealer outlets selling the model by second-quarter 2005. (See related story: Current Smart ForTwo U.S. Bound) Zap says it ...

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