The recent lifting of the low speed vehicle (LSV) ban in Quebec has shone the light of discovery on another electric vehicle manufacturer getting ready to go gangbusters. In Ste.-Therese, Quebec, very close to where the Chevrolet Camaro plant was once located, sits the home of Nemo. Locally designed and manufactured, their vehicle, the Must HD2 has garnered interest from 50 municipalities within "La Belle Province" as well as from individuals. Company president, Jacques Rancourt, says they've so
Citroën has something called Sensodrive. It's a manual gearshift change that uses no clutch pedal. This system reduces gearchange times and shaves fuel consumption a bit, especially in city driving. What it is interesting is that it's only been installed in the C2 and C3 models so far. It would seem logical that this be installed in a van, a vehicle which usually gets more kilometers than a small hatchback. Finally, Senosodrive is making the jump. The new Nemo has gotten the option, which c
The other day, Citroën began selling the 119gm/km CO2 Nemo delivery van. Now, with a name like that, how could they not steal from a certain popular movie about a clownfish? Citroën has given the Nemo the orange and white paint treatment with the new Nemo Concetto, on display at the 2007 Bologna Motor Show. From what I can tell from the little information Citroën has released about this version of the Nemo, the Concetto could offer the same under-the-hood and customization options
For some reason, delivery truck drivers in the U.S. are stereotypically burly men driving big trucks. In Europe, I've noticed, this image doesn't necessarily hold true, especially when it comes to the vehicles the guys are driving. Take the Renault Kangoo ECO² we wrote about yesterday, for example, or Citroën's new Nemo, which was unveiled earlier this year but is now available.
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