If the Caped Crusader turned from fighting crime to a life of auto racing, the Nissan DeltaWing would undoubtedly be his vehicle of choice.
GM and Nissan have published their respective January (2012) sales figures for the green Chevrolet Volt and Nissan Leaf.
With the thousands of minds and millions of dollars put into developing electric vehicle car batteries, it makes sense that companies are starting to "think outside the car."
Green is really in style with drivers all around the world right now. Many are moving to green vehicles like full EVs and hybrids to save at the pump and reduce pollution.
Months ahead of the Geneva Auto Show in March, Japanese automaker Infiniti is teasing a concept model so advanced it doesn't even have a name yet.
A new iPhone 4/iPhone 4S protective case has been released from an unlikely manufacturer.
Nissan already has the Leaf, and now the company is moving forward on electrifying the compact commercial vehicle market.
Kind of like clothes straight from the runway, concept cars represent the haute couture of luxury vehicles. Unattainable, but still awesome. Today, Nissan announced the ESFLOW, a futuristic sports car that runs on "green" electric power.
I can like and respect Apple but I’ve never personally been attracted to Apple products.
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.