|Valmet Eva EV Concept|
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|Introduction||2010 Geneva Motor Show|
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The Valmet Eva EV Concept is a concept car introduced by Valmet Automotive at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show as technological showpiece of its "advanced propulsion system" - a electric powertrain, basically. Lightweight with a 2+2 seating arrangement, the Eva has a range of 160 km (99 miles) on a single charge. Other tech include Nokia's 'Human Machine Interface' with mobile handset connectivity and NAVTEQ's high-quality map data.
See Autopedia's comprehensive Valmet Eva EV Concept Review.
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