Energy-efficient small car could join Koleos CUV in Renault range.
A Malaysian market research company predicts Renault will be among the first automakers to set up a plant in the country to produce energy- efficient vehicles. AmResearch says it believes Renault will get the first EEV license under the government’s plan to turn Malaysia into a hybrid- and electric-vehicles hub in the ASEAN regional trade bloc. “The rest are likely to be General Motors, Great Wall and Hyundai, based on our best guesses,” the report says. “Auto parts ...
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