PARIS – Pininfarina SpA, the Italian coach-builder known for designing Peugeots and Ferraris and building niche models for companies like Volvo Car Corp. and Ford Motor Co., will launch an electric car under its own name in Europe in 2009 and in the U.S. and Japan from 2010. The EV, whose design and name have yet to be announced, will be powered with a lithium metal-polymer battery provided by Bollore Group SA. The two companies are 50/50 partners in a €150 million ($220 million) joint ...

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