CNET Car Tech posts video of the Nissan Mixim concept at the 2007 Frankfurt auto show.
Photos: Nissan Mixim concept
Nissan is using the forthcoming Frankfurt auto show to exhibit its Mixim electric concept car. According to Nissan, the Mixim is a "compact vehicle for young drivers who are mostly engaged by their computer and the world via the Internet." There's not much chance of the model making it into production, but, like most concepts, it may provide clues to the direction of Nissan's model development over the next few years.
From the Frankfurt Auto Show in Germany: CNET's Brian Cooley discusses the new Nissan Mixim, a car undeniably aimed at the gaming crowd.
Nissan describes the Mixim as 99 percent evil and 1 percent cute. Brian checks it out at the Frankfurt auto show to see what they mean.
CNET Car Tech presents a gallery of photos of concept cars at the 2007 Frankfurt auto show.
2007 Frankfurt auto show: Day three roundup
Check out the new rides, from Ferrari's ultrasporty 430 Scuderia to Volvo's plug-in-hybrid, the ReCharge.
Your second car will run on electricity, says the automaker's Minoru Shinohara. Ethanol and biodiesel just don't have that cost/benefit equation going for them.