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    Report: Renault's Australian EV launch delayed by Better Place issues

    Better Place continues to be a bit of a misnomer as issues with the electric-vehicle battery-switching network have delayed Renault's plans to debut its Fluence Z.E. electric vehicle in Australia, Car Advice reports. Renault, whose EV is designed to allow for battery swapping, was originally ...

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    Renault stages colossal Kangoo Z.E, Fluence Z.E. test drive event in Portugal

    We drove 'em both at the 2011 Michelin Challenge Bibendum in Berlin, Germany earlier this year, and now it's the rest of the world's turn to strap in behind the wheels of the Renault Fluence Z.E. and Kangoo Z.E. electric vehicles in one of the largest and longest media events for a plug-in ...

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    Renault Fluence Z.E. priced as low as £17,850* in UK

    How low can Renault go? Well, in terms of UK pricing for its electric Fluence Z.E., the answer to that question is £17,850 ($28,576 U.S. at the current exchange rate). That £17,850 includes the UK's £5000 ($8,005 U.S.) Plug-In Car Grant, but excludes the £75 ($120 U.S.) ...

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    Renault Fluence Z.E. headed to Australia in late 2012

    Renault announced today that its upcoming, battery swap-capable electric sedan, the Fluence Z.E., will be sold in Australia by the end of 2012. The Fluence Z.E. is expected to sold in Australia under terms that are similar to those offered to buyers in France, Israel and Denmark, meaning that ...

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    Bibendum 2011: Renault Fluence Z.E. and Kangoo Z.E. just part of the overall scheme

    Here's something you probably already knew but haven't really thought about: Renault has announced more electric vehicle models than Tesla Motors, and Tesla is a company that makes nothing but electric cars. Compare the Tesla Roadster, the Model S and the Model X SUV to Renault's four-car ...

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    Renault sends 110 electric cars to German test fleet

    Renault Fluence Z.E. concept – Click above for high-res image gallery
    A group of German companies is working with French company Renault to see just how practical it would be to install a large network of electric vehicles and networked charging stations between the Rhine and the Ruhr. The ...


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