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After reading different articles pertaining to the Zap-X, I got excited about this car's specs and potential. Then I ran across this story at wired.com, and I abruptly changed my opinion. Am I late for the party or has this already been beaten to death in here?
 

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After reading different articles pertaining to the Zap-X, I got excited about this car's specs and potential. Then I ran across this story at wired.com, and I abruptly changed my opinion. Am I late for the party or has this already been beaten to death in here?
the wired article was a bunch of sh!t ehab youssef paid randall sulivan the same guy who wrote the labrynth claiming it was true then it was proved false to write an article slandering zaps name that article attacks zap from every angle they even say bad things about the employees and anyone who has anything to do with zap. and also autobloggreen is a web site owend by the oil companys to alter the publics opinion
 

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the wired article was a bunch of sh!t ehab youssef paid randall sulivan the same guy who wrote the labrynth claiming it was true then it was proved false to write an article slandering zaps name that article attacks zap from every angle they even say bad things about the employees and anyone who has anything to do with zap. and also autobloggreen is a web site owend by the oil companys to alter the publics opinion
Welcome to the forums. Any sources to back this up?

ZAP is a scam. It is under new management, though, so perhaps there will be a turnaround, but I'll believe the ZAP-X when I see it.

By the way, AutoBlogGreen is owned by AOL, not the oil industry, though I suppose I can see how you can confuse the two OIL AOL OIL AOL... ok maybe not.
 
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