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Mike Hosking: If the government isn't buying electric vehicles why should we?

New Zealand Herald Wednesday, 9 October 2019 ()
Mike Hosking: If the government isn't buying electric vehicles why should we?COMMENT: Yet another example of theory versus reality.The heady days of opposition - when anything can be said, knowing full well it doesn't actually have to happen - versus the cold, hard reality of life with consequences and...
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Volkswagen and its customers launched into a new era of environmentally friendly mobility and will showcase the fully electric ID.3 at IAA 2019. The first model from the MEB product line for electric vehicles demonstrates a CO2-neutral balance and impresses with the high levels of driving dynamics...

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