What is the most environmentally friendly car in America? That is a question that is open to a huge debate, depending upon how many different factors you consider.
issan this week announced pricing for the American edition of its 2014 all-electric Leaf. The car, which will be available in three trim levels, set all time sales records last year and its expected to have a repeat performance for this go around.
Nissan is looking to showcase exactly how it is possible to power environments with the energy coming off of one of its all-electric Leaf cars.
The notion of a car which is lighter, more affordable and environmentally friendly continues to elude automakers.
As the all-electric Nissan Leaf celebrates two years of sales, its manufacturer is gearing up to kick off additional green car development as it tries to wrestle market share away from the likes of GM and Toyota.
With rave reviews for its new sedan and visitors to its small collection of flagship stores numbering in the millions, Tesla Motors is riding high.
Electric vehicles typically slurp power from home electrical systems and the grid.
Experiments on how plants respond to climate change may have lulled us into a false sense of security by dramatically underestimating the effects.
Good thing GM is planning to start building Chevy Volts again soon - March saw 2,289 of the cars sold, by far the biggest month ever for the plug-in electric, the company reported.
GM and Nissan have published their respective January (2012) sales figures for the green Chevrolet Volt and Nissan Leaf.
It’s been what seems a long time in coming, but Ford recently pulled the wraps off its brand new electric vehicle, (EV) the Focus Electric.
In the boldest move yet for the electric car industry, Nissan is set to offer the Leaf at under $33,000, bringing the final price to consumers to around $25,000 after a federal tax credit.