San Diegans claim that a 10th of all electric Nissan Leafs are being sold in their fair city. Nissan declines to confirm that statistic, but there are definitely a lot of electric vehicles there — I saw my first “in the wild” Chevy Volt on its less-than-mean streets. San Diego is planning to host 1,000 charging stations, and that’s why Daimler chose to go there with a radical idea — an all-electric (and all two-seat) car-sharing fleet.
Car2Go on Wednesday announced it was bringing a fleet of 300 plug-in Smart electric drives to San Diego, and they’ll be available for short-hop rentals later this year. The Smart electric drive has an 84-mile range, so you can’t drive to the moon and back with it.
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