MADRID – Renault SA reveals it will produce a small electric car at its plant in Valladolid beginning in 2011. The electric vehicle is one of three new projects for the plant, some 124 miles (200 km) northwest of here, including planned production of an ultra-low-emission engine beginning in 2012 and output of a new conventionally powered car in 2013. “And we are going to maintain the current production of different versions of the Megane model,” Renault Spain CEO Jean-Pierre Laurent ...

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