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Kia introducing bi-fuel gasoline-LPG Picanto in Europe

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Responding to growing customer demand in Europe for small cars with low running costs and low emissions, Kia is introducing a bi-fuel gasoline-LPG model to its Picanto small car range. Picanto LPG is powered by a special version of Kia’s three-cylinder 1.0-liter Kappa engine which produces 67 ps (66 hp, 49 kW) and 90 N·m (66 lb-ft) of torque. Drivers can switch from gasoline to LPG (and vice-versa) by pressing a button on the dashboard. Picanto Click to enlarge.

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Tesla Model 3 Europe’s best-selling pure EV in February in its first full month on the market

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The Model 3 quickly outsold other big players such as the Nissan Leaf and Renault Zoe, despite being more expensive and only available for a short amount of time. This was due to an 8% increase in registrations in Germany, which helped to offset double-digit falls in Italy, France, Spain and the UK. Volkswagen led the model rankings with the Golf, which saw a decline in its gasoline registrations (-18%), but an increase in its diesel registrations (+8%).

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Fisker Recruits First US Dealers for PHEVs; Appoints First Distributors for Europe

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An available solar-powered car port can keep demonstrator vehicles clean, dry, fully charged and ready to go. The 2L/100km Fisker Karma sedan will start at €78,780 (US$106,900), excluding VAT, and be available through a network of 40 retailers across Europe beginning early 2010.

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