PARIS – Renault’s Fluence Z.E. was a surprise electric-vehicle winner at the recent Challenge Bibendum, a major annual sustainable mobility event, in Berlin, going faster than a Tesla Roadster around a winding course and spewing the least amount of carbon-dioxide well-to-wheel of any car in the competition. The Fluence also beat out the Nissan Leaf, the first electric car to hit the market from the Renault-Nissan Alliance. This was the 10th Challenge Bibendum since 1998, when the ...
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