Nissan's e-NV200 electric "multi-usage vehicle" (a.k.a. commercial van) was unveiled today in Detroit at the North American International Auto Show.
“Our job is to provide outstanding cars,” he said. “Cars that elicit an emotional response and tug at the heart. Cars that take the Lexus ownership experience to a whole new level. Cars like this…”
The Q3 Vail takes the standard Audi Q3, launched in 2011, and adds several special components sure to make the snow enthusiast happy.
The Ford Focus Electric, being shown this week at the Detroit Auto Show (NAIAS), offers a combination of faster charging speed, scheduled charging, charging infrastructure partnerships, the partner
The 2012 BMW ActiveHybrid 5 will have a price tag of $61,845 base, which includes the $895 shipping charge.
The name E-Bugster is fairly straightforward. The is for “E” for electric, and “Bug” is the American nickname for the Beetle.
The Range Rover Evoque (made by Land Rover) was pitted against fellow European models from BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Mini, and Saab along with Japanese entries from Honda and Nissan.
Instead, Kia has chosen the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas for its debut of the Ray production Electric Vehicle (EV) and Naimo EV concept car for the first time in North Ameri
In fact, the 2012 competition was almost a rehash of the 2009 NAIAS Car of the Year which pitted the Hyundai Genesis, Ford Flex, and VW Jetta TDI with Korea again coming out on top.
Since being introduced a in 2006, the Ford Fusion has been one of Ford Motor Company’s bestselling models with over 225,000 sold in the 2011 year but with the midsized sedan segment offering such
The company sold 3,538 cars worldwide during the year, a 31 percent increase on the 2010 total of 2,711 cars.
The Outlander is an excellent seller in emerging markets like India as well as in the company's traditionally strong markets such as Australia.
The 2012 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) opens tomorrow and this year, Detroit will be featuring more green automotive concepts than ever before.