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Grab, ComfortDelGro buying Hyundai EVs as charging network grows

Separately, Nissan says that by 2022, all its new models arriving in Singapore will be fully electric or hybrids

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Kau Yi Ming, head of GrabRentals Singapore, says Grab drivers who switch from hybrid cars can save 40 per cent in fuel costs, while those switching from petrol cars can save 70 per cent.

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THE Singapore transport scene is abuzz with taxi and private-hire car operators investing more in Electric Vehicles (EVs), while carmakers respond to the growing interest.

Ride hailing service Grab has added 200 Hyundai Kona electric cars to its fleet, making it one of

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