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SAS to bring less expensive electric vehicles to India.

India-based SAS Motors will soon bring to India load-carrying and passenger electric three-wheelers at a price less than half of those currently available. The vehicles are powered by a rechargeable battery.

The vehicles have been prototyped, and SAS Motors is in the process of fine-tuning the models before seeking regulatory approvals for introducing them.

"We will begin seeking approvals for the three-wheelers by year-end and hope to introduce them by next fiscal," SAS Motors' Ravindra Kumar said.

Contact: SAS Motors, www.sas.com.
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Title Annotation:International Report
Publication:Electric and Hybrid Vehicles Today
Date:Oct 10, 2006
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