AUTOSHOW-INTERVIEW-Fiat mum on hybrid, electric plans


By Gilles Castonguay PARIS, Oct 2 (Reuters) - In contrast to its peers, Italy's Fiat is keeping quiet about its plans for a hybrid or electric car -- so quiet that it does not even say why it is keeping mum about it. Although Renault and others are rushing to be the first to make electric cars on a mass scale in the coming years, Fiat is happy enough to boast about having the fleet with the lowest average CO2 emissions in Europe at 137.3 g/km last year. It also takes pride in its cars ...

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