Think delays UK City launch to focus on next-generation electric vehicle

Jessica Shankleman
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Right-hand-drive market takes a back seat as electric car company focuses on next model

Norwegian electric vehicle firm Think has delayed the UK launch of its City car to refocus its efforts on next-generation technology and left-hand drive markets. James Andrew, a spokesman for the company,...

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