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Elektrifizierung: Mazda baut wegen CO2-Zielen der EU Elektroautos

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Mazda hat bisher nur vorsichtige Schritte in Richtung Elektroautos unternommen, will 2020 aber ein rein elektrisch angetriebenes Auto auf den Markt bringen. Der Grund sind die Emissionsgrenzen der Europäischen Union. (Mazda, Technologie) ...

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