DETROIT – There appears little chance Ford Motor Co. will resume production of TH!NK City, the rechargeable-battery-powered commuter car, in the wake of its decision to phase out the TH!NK Neighbor, a low-speed zero emissions vehicle. TH!NK Nordic, the Ford subsidiary’s manufacturing operation, "has entered into a consultation period with the workforce and stakeholders of its Norway plant to determine the future of (TH!NK City)," Ford says in a prepared statement. TH!NK City ...

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