Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 102. Chapters: BMW ActiveE, BMW i3, Bontino, BYD e6, Coda (electric car), Commuter Cars Tango, Courreges ZOOOP, Dodge EV, Dodge ZEO, DOK-ING XD, ERuf Model A, Fiat Palio, Fiat Phylla, Fiat X1/23, Ford Focus Electric, Honda Fit, Hyundai BlueOn, Hyundai i10, Kia Ray, Kia Sportage, Lightning GT, Mia electric, Mini E, Mitsubishi i-MiEV, Mitsuoka Like, Mycar, Nissan Leaf, Optimal Energy Joule, Peugeot BB1, Quicc!, Renault Fluence Z.E., Renault Z.E., Smart electric drive, Subaru G4e, Subaru R1e, Subaru Stella, Tata Indica, Tazzari Zero, Tesla Model S, Tesla Model X, Tesla Roadster, Triac (car), Venturi Fetish, Volkswagen Milano, Wheego Whip, ZENN, Zotye 2008. Excerpt: The Nissan Leaf (also formatted qLEAFq as a backronym for Leading, Environmentally friendly, Affordable, Family car) is a five-door hatchback electric car manufactured by Nissan and introduced in Japan and the United States in December 2010. The US Environmental Protection Agency official range for the 2013 model year Leaf is 121 km (75 mi) and rated the Leaf's combined fuel economy at 115 miles per gallon gasoline equivalent (2.0 L/100 km). The 2013 Leaf has a range of 200 km (120 mi) on the New European Driving Cycle. Deliveries to retail customers began in the United States and Japan in December 2010, followed by various European countries and Canada in 2011, and as of February 2013, is available in 17 European countries, Australia and other international markets. The Leaf is the world's best selling highway-capable all-electric car ever, and global sales reached the 50, 000 units sold milestone by mid February 2013. Worldwide sales are led by Japan with 22, 000 units; the United States with 20, 000 units; Europe with 7, 000 units delivered; and the rest of the world with 1, 000 units. European sales are led by Norway with more than 3, 300 units sold through February 2013....Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.
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