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Zoe Motors

The 1983 Zoe Zipper. (My thanks to Doug Tuttle for sending me a brochure on the Zoe Zipper from the 1983 Los Angeles Auto show that provides the info and image for this page).

Zoe Motors

Description

Introduced in 1983  by Zoe Motors Inc in Los Angeles, California (USA) the Zoe Zipper was a light weight one seater vehicle weighing in at under 400 pounds. It was initially manufactured by Mitsuoka Motors in Japan in 1982.

Detailed Information
Detailed Description

Introduced in 1983  by Zoe Motors Inc in Los Angeles, California (USA) the Zoe Zipper was a light weight one seater vehicle weighing in at under 400 pounds. It was initially manufactured by Mitsuoka Motors in Japan in 1982.

The vehicle was powered by a 5hp (49cc) Honda engine that provided power to the single rear wheel.  The Zoe Zipper had a top speed of 45 mph (72 kmh) and offered fuel consumption of anything up to 112 mpg.

The body was made of fibreglass and came in two versions, a hardtop and a convertible.

Also in 1983 the Zoe Little Giant was also introduced.  Again powered by a 49 cc Honda engine the Little Giant was a mini pick-up truck that could carry a payload of half a ton.

It is believed that production figures for both vehicles was low

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Additional Information

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