CARB accepted the inevitable in killing EV edict

April 1996
Automotive News;4/8/1996, Vol. 70 Issue 5653, p12
Trade Publication
Reports on how the California Air Resource Board was affected after dropping its 1998 mandate for electric vehicles. When the mandate was ruled; Names of the seven automobile companies listed in the ruling; Price of the EV1 which is an electrically powered vehicle being offered by Saturn.


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