Hyundai Motors New Zealand Ltd. plans to be the first auto maker to offer new plug-in electric vehicles for sale in the country. The auto maker says in a news release it will sell a retrofitted version of the Getz small car in which the gasoline engine is replaced by batteries and an electric motor. Hyundai is collaborating with New Zealand engineer Ross Blade, who is setting up a production facility on the basis of sales of about 200 vehicles annually. The electric Getz has a top ...
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