# Zenvo - Cost

Cost

It is estimated that the basic cost of the car, without registration or tax, will be around five million Danish kroner, which is approximately \$850,000 US dollars. The cost of putting the car on the road in Denmark would be around 16 million kroner as a result of registration expenses, but Zenvo is aiming at the export market alone.

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