Nissan's 2010 electric car in U.S. will be price-competitive with Camry, batteries included
The appearance at the Broadway Pier in downtown San Diego is meant to introduce the vehicle to fleet managers from universities, municipalities and private companies. Nissan has partnered with San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E), who will help install charging infrastructure, to bring its electrics to the area. The utility has plans to acquire between 15 and 20 of the EVs for their own fleet. No clue was given as to the unveiling date of the actual vehicle and price though we do expect the car with its 100-mile range to be available sometime next July. We'll have more details later today.
[Source: Sign On San Diego]
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