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Electric car frenzy in South Korea

South Korean motorists seem to have an insatiable appetite for electric cars.

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While European wind turbine developers have long had South Korea in their minds as a potential growth market, consumers in the country have demonstrated a rising demand for electric cars.

According to digital media Gas2, Chevrolet managed to sell out of Bolt, its 100 percent electricity-operated car, within just a few hours. The car was introduced at the Seoul Motor Show two weeks ago, and now there is a waiting list for the car after a few hours at the fair.

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