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    The new vehicle, a commercial van called the e-NV200, will go on sale in Europe this month and in Japan in October....More
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    Tesla Eyeing Third Li-ion Battery Factory in U.S.  

    CEO Elon Musk says the leading electric-vehicle maker in the U.S. likely will add a third battery plant to supply its $35,000 third-generation car due on the market in late 2016....More
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    BMW Bringing EV, Hybrid to Chinese Market  

    The German automaker will sell its all-electric i3 and i8 hybrid in four cities starting in September as it pursues a share of the country's developing market for environmentally friendly vehicles....More
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    Panasonic Evaluating Tesla Battery-Manufacturing Plans  

    The Japanese electronics manufacturer, the primary supplier of lithium-ion batteries to the U.S. electric-vehicle maker, says the size of its investment in Tesla's planned battery factory will depend on division of responsibilities and the size of its ownership stake....More
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    Saab's Chinese Owner Halts EV Production  

    National Electric Vehicle Sweden, the Chinese company developing an electric version of the Saab after buying the bankrupt Swedish automaker, blames the shutdown on a lack of cash to pay outstanding debt....More
  • May 20, 2014
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    No Worries, Europeans, EC’s Got Your Back – and Ears

    Once enacted, the region's new noise-reduction regulation states, “The reduction of the number of highly annoyed people will be 25%.” I’ve met more than a few highly annoyed people in Europe, many of them waiting tables in Paris, and traffic noise had nothing to do with it....More
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    BMW CEO Bullish on i3 EV Demand  

    Chief Executive Norbert Reithofer says the German automaker has "a really strong order bank" for the carbon-fiber EV, which found more than 2,000 buyers worldwide in the first quarter....More
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