The Australian International Motor Show gets off to an electrifying start this month with GE Capital Finance announcing plans to buy at least 1,000 Renault electric vehicles in Australia by 2015, as part of its global commitment to purchase 25,000 EVs worldwide. Audi nearly stole the show with its surprise Australian debut of the e-tron, a high-performance sports car concept with an all-electric drive system. However, GE’s hookup with Renault Australia and California EV-infrastructure ...

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