Electric-vehicle developer and distributor Zap says it has inked a second 100-unit wholesale purchase order for the U.S. Smart ForTwo. (See related story: Cash Zaps In for U.S. Smart Car) The additional order brings the total value of Zap’s order book to $4.98 million, the firm says. Separately, Zap says it recently received a request from the Internet auction site eBay Motors to suspend the auction of its first Smart ForTwo, saying the vehicle must have U.S.-required modifications ...

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