Nissan invited us out to take a spin in its EV-02 electric car prototype.
Nissan shows off pictures and releases details of its electric car, the Leaf, which will launch in 2010.
EV platform, which promises a 100-mile range and online services to find charging stations, is large plank of an efficiency strategy to be further detailed next week.
The U.S. government's Advanced Technology Vehicles Manufacturing Loan Program is designed to promote the development of fuel-efficient cars.
Electric cars are coming faster than you think. CNET Car Tech posts photos of electric cars expected to come out by 2011.
Nissan is rumored to be working on a plug-in hybrid version of its 370Z sports car.
Electrical infrastructure projects continue as Nissan gears up for U.S. commercial release of EVs in 2010.
Ecotality to expand chain of electric charging stations from Tucson to Phoenix in anticipation of launch by end of 2010.
The European Investment Bank's new loans for European automakers are specifically directed to "help design and build cleaner cars with lower carbon dioxide emissions."
Toyota starts a hybrid price war, new Camaro won't get a 4-cylinder or convertible, Twitter on OnStar, and Opera browser on F-150's, plus a ride in the X5 xDrive35d.