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Renault to launch Electric Vehicles in 2011

Renault will bring a complete range of electric vehicles by as early as 2011:


An electric version of new Kangoo (light commercial vehicle) for professionals and fleets;an electric version of a family car, launched first in Israel and then in other countries;in 2012, a full-electric city car measuring less than four meters long and with five seats, ideal for commuting;also in 2012, a new type of urban vehicle;beyond 2012, Renault will continue to extend its electric car range to cover all segments.Renault will also bring customers access to innovative services making electric vehicle use easier and to advanced battery technology currently under development by the Renault-Nissan Alliance.


Source: Renault

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1 comment to Renault to launch Electric Vehicles in 2011

  • Pete

    Electric cars might be really successful in all these segments as long as there is a way to quickly fill up the power. Batteries just take too long to charge, but switching batteries easily would sure ease my mind. Who wants to get halfway home and get stuck without any juice to get home?

    Perhaps Better Place ( has a solution – swap out empty batteries and replace with fully charged batteries whenever you need to. Sounds like a great idea to me!

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