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  • Nissan Leaf with automatic parking location to position over a wireless charging pad, Oppama, Japan

    Right now, all plug-in electric cars are recharged using a cable that connects the car through a charging device to electric current of various types. But if Nissan has its way, that will change in a couple of years. The company has said it expects to offer a wireless charging system as an accessory for the 2015 Infiniti LE four-door luxury electric car that it will launch in about 18 months. And it will combine that system with an automatic parking location system that lets the car position itself precisely over the charging pad, freeing the owner of the fine adjustment necessary to do so...

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