velites

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velites

(ˈviːlɪˌtiːz)
pl n
1. (Military) light-armed troops in ancient Rome, drawn from the poorer classes
2. (Historical Terms) light-armed troops in ancient Rome, drawn from the poorer classes
[C17: from Latin, pl of vēles light-armed foot soldier; related to volāre to fly]
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The all-electric vehicle has been reported to be similar to the Buick Velite 6 hatchback, which was released in April, or the Chevy Bolt EUV.
Buick recently launched its first allelectric vehicle, the VELITE 6, which will further enable the company to capitalize on the rapidly growing demand for new energy vehicles.
The brand launched its first all-electric vehicle, the VELITE 6, to support GM's commitment to a zero-emissions future.
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GM, which still plans to launch 10 EVs in China by 2020, was intending to enter production next month on its plug-in hybrid Buick Velite 6, with a pure-electric model due to follow next year, but that launch schedule has now been delayed with internal tests showing the battery did not meet quality standards.
GM said the Velite 5 hybrid will be sold by its Buick unit, which has modest sales elsewhere but is GM's main brand in China.
Les activites desfamilies de Velite, comme celle de Lucy, ont influesur Vallure et la signification des maisons, des rues, voire de quartiers entiers, a un point teloii la saison a Londres pent etre perdue comme unfacteur determinant qui afa^onne Vespace de cette partie de la ville.
Ed Zellner, chief engineer, Premium Midsize Cars, says that the faces of the new vehicles harken to the Velite concept car that made its appearance in the spring of 2004.
The Velite convertible concept is more of the same.