Aside from limited range and the need to charge on a regular basis, what is the most noticeable difference between a fuel-powered vehicle and an electric vehicle? The answer you’re looking for is sound. In case you haven’t noticed, electric cars are almost completely silent, but that is about to change. When I first saw the 2015 Tesla Model S Elizabeta – a Model S that was customized by Larte Design – I was excited to see that the custom package also included a sound synthesizer that gave a personality to the otherwise silent electric motors. On the other side of the world, in Kyoto, Japan, Green Lord Motors has been Japan’s Tesla, and they have taken the same path. GLM has taken a Tommy Kaira ZZ and turned it into a lithium powered, all-electric vehicle called the GLM ZZ. The best part is that GLM has teamed up with Roland Corporation to provide a similar sound synthesizer system for the GLM ZZ, and like the Model S Elizabeta, it looks like it just might make driving an EV a little more fun.