South Korean auto maker Renault Samsung has begun importing some of the first-generation SM3 Z.E. electric vehicles that will make up an initial fleet of 500 EVs to be sold to government agencies this year. The imported cars, which are identical to the Renault Fluence Z.E. electric car marketed in Europe, are built by the French auto maker’s majority-owned Oyak-Renault joint venture in Busa, Turkey. But they are different from the second-generation models the Korean subsidiary ...
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