Renault and Nissan are ready to leap head-first into making electric vehicles for the many. At the very least, Renault/Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn, is willing to make some Lutzian-style statements. I suppose, following this weekend's public EV demonstration in Israel, it gets easier to promise that the companies would launch "a range of electric cars" in the U.S in 2010 (Europe's time will come in 2011). We've been expecting at least one EV from Renault or Nissan to be brought to market somewhere a
It looks like Nissan might not be alone in its corporate family with the Mixim electric car. Renault CEO Carlos Ghosn has said that the French brand could be offering an inexpensive battery electric vehicle in three to four years. While Renault already sells many very efficient cars, particularly with diesel engines, Ghosn has said that zero emission vehicles are ultimately the only answer in urban environments. Ghosn himself apparently drives a fuel cell vehicle when he is in Tokyo and Renault
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