Today Nissan unveiled the Datsun Go, the first of a new line of cars intended for emerging markets.
Nissan unveiled a new car under its old Datsun brand name today. The Go is a small hatchback meant for the Indian market, and shows how Nissan will use the Datsun brand name in emerging markets.
How do you make a drag racing, Nissan GT-R beating monster out of a 1970s vintage Datsun 1200? If you're John "Plasma Boy" Wayland, you toss the ICE and go electric.
You read that right.
This week, Crave branches out onto our friendly neighborhood tech blogs to bring you a super fantastique, ultra huge, raver-friendly digital turntable thingie...and a bottle opener. Don't be too let down by that second one: it's over-priced and attaches to your bike, so it still has some cache. Also, Donald and Eric get extremely excited over a glorified statue, an electric Datsun leaves a Nissan GT-R in the dust, and a giant robot arm is put to good use. Plus, Jasmine squeals over an elephant with some monstrous dental work, and we take a look at a camera lens
cleavage coffee mug.
This week, Crave branches out onto our friendly neighborhood tech blogs to bring you a super fantastique, ultra huge, raver-friendly digital turntable thingie...and a bottle opener.
The co-host of ABC's "The View" admits she was so frustrated with the iPhone 4 that she threw it to the ground and smashed it to pieces.
A 30 year-old Sydneysider has amassed a small fortune by trading virtual items for real cash in the online game Entropia Universe. What next, though?
Automotive News reports on a dealer selling the Nissan Leaf.
After the taping of the first episode of ABC1's new sports panel show The Trophy Room, we caught up with newly crowned V8 Supercars champ James Courtney.