PARIS – The Renault SA-Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. alliance will share all the costly parts of the electric vehicles they are developing, but the auto makers will not re-badge the EVs as they do with some other vehicles. “The platform will be shared; the battery, motor, key components, everything that demands a big investment in technology,” Renault Vice President Katsumi Nakamura says in his first press conference since arriving in France last year from Dongfeng Motor Co. Ltd., Nissan’s joint ...

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