INTERVIEW-Electric motorbike startup says majors interested

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* CEO says startup getting inquiries from vehicle makers * Expects to make 50 electric motorbikes initially * Mission One motorbike in prototype stage By Poornima Gupta SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 30 (Reuters) - A plug-in electric motorbike startup that struggled to survive the recession suddenly finds itself turning heads of major manufacturers as they race to launch battery-powered vehicles. San Francisco-based Mission Motors, which says it is aiming to develop an electric sports bike ...

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