|Young Gi Lee, CT&T President & CEO |
Joseph J. White, CT&T United COO
|Products||eZone & cZone|
CT&T United (Hangul:씨티엔티) is the world's largest manufacturer of battery electric vehicles including the eZone Medium Speed Vehicle and cZone low-speed vehicle based in South Korea. The CT&T eZone is the only electric vehicle of its type to pass the international crash test for passenger vehicles.
CT&T United plans a "Regional Assembly and Sales" system, in which regional joint ventures in the United States would assemble cars in small factories. On September 28, 2009 Governor of Pennsylvania Ed Rendell announced the first two such sites would be in Pennsylvania. On May 7, 2010, the company and Governor of Hawaii Linda Lingle announced they would build a plant on the island of Oahu to manufacture up to 10,000 vehicles a year.
Distributing in Japan
e-Zone is imported by Autorex, distributed by NAFCA(Nippon Automobile Fair Certificate Association). In Japan, e-Zone is classified under Kei car.
- "CT&T ANNOUNCES PLANS FOR U.S. ELECTRIC VEHICLE PRODUCTION" (PDF) (Press release). CT&T United. 2009-07-01. Retrieved 2009-09-28.
- Sebastian Blanco. "Pennsylvania ready for 400 new jobs from CT&T's electric car plans". AutoblogGreen. Retrieved 2009-09-28.
- Greg Wiles. "Hawaii chosen as manufacturing site for electric mini-cars". Honolulu Advertiser. Archived from the original on 2010-05-08. Retrieved 2010-05-12.
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