Renault Samsung produces five SM3 electric vehicles for use in the Korean government’s smart-grid test bed on Cheju Island, where the auto maker’s production facilities are located. “We have joined the SK Innovation consortium (with SK Energy) and will use the vehicles in developing and testing recharge stations and vehicle technologies to substantially reduce hydrocarbon emissions,” a Renault Samsung spokesman tells WardsAuto. The auto maker will provide the consortium with another ...
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