PARIS – A small Dutch company is the latest to see an automotive future for battery-powered delivery vans. DuraCar Holding BV, which employs fewer than 10 people, has developed with its suppliers an electric delivery van it calls Quicc, pronounced “quick” and standing for Quality Utility Innovative Clean Car. The company will present its working concept at the Paris auto show Oct. 4. Meanwhile, it is producing five of the 2-seat vans for road tests before working on an order of 30 units ...
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