Electric Subaru Stella poised to leap over ankle-high sales target
Who else is interested in a lithium battery-powered car, capable of recharging 85 percent of its 50-mile range in 15 minutes? The Japanese Post office is mulling adding more to their current fleet of one and Car Sharing Japan Co. has shown interest. There are also regional government entities eager to show off their "environmental friendliness" in queue alongside members of the public. The car should go on sale in Japan this summer.
[Source: Green Car Congress]
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