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Electric car range issue has been solved, says Ghosn

Chairman of Nissan-Renault-Mitsubishi signals focus on lowering prices

Carlos Ghosn in Hong Kong (Photo by Takeshi Kihara)

HONG KONG -- The alliance of Nissan Motor, Renault and Mitsubishi Motors is shifting its focus on electric vehicles to making them more affordable after resolving consumer worries about vehicle range, according to Carlos Ghosn.

"We have seen that consumers do not talk anymore about range or autonomy as long as you guarantee more than 300km," said Ghosn, the chairman of the three carmakers, in a media session with Hong Kong reporters late Friday.

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