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US electric sales continue to expand


While battery electric cars, hybrids and plug-in hybrids have not yet triggered the expected green transportation revolution; data shows the segment’s sales continue to grow steadily. With a total new car market projected to reach close to 17 million units this year, we can easily see that the overall figure for the sales of electric vehicles is just a grain in ...
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