Renault EV line-up sells over 34,000 units
The milestone follows up Renault and Nissan's announcement in July that the two companies have sold a combined 100,000 EVs worldwide since the Nissan Leaf began sales in the US in 2010. As of that point, Nissan had accounted for 71,000 EVs sold. Additionally, the companies said at the time that their EVs had racked up 5.2 million miles and cut petroleum use by 14 million gallons combined.
Despite what had been disappointing sales of Renault EVs up to that point, Renault-Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn said in March that the companies would continue their commitment to EV models and that the perception of EVs had changed for the better because of models such as the Leaf and Zoe.
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