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February 22, 2012

The electric car is no longer exclusive to Southern California. It has finally made its way down to Mississippi, and it comes in the form of the Nissan Leaf.

 

The electric car is no longer exclusive to Southern California. It has finally made its way down to Mississippi, and it comes in the form of the Nissan Leaf.

Unlike the Chevrolet Volt or Toyota Prius, the Nissan Leaf is an all-electric, zero-emission vehicle. There isn’t a gas engine mated to the electric motor, and it is therefore more related to your golf cart than to your Suburban.

January 29, 2012

2012 proved to be another exciting year for the North American International Auto Show in Detroit with many new production and concept cars being unveiled.

 2012 proved to be another exciting year for the North American International Auto Show in Detroit with many new production and concept cars being unveiled.

November 15, 2011

GM is not a green car virgin. Its first relationship was with a car known as the EV1, an all electric car that was produced from 1997 to 1999. The EV1 was hampered by its heavy, inefficient lead-acid batteries that provided an average range of only 75 miles, and eventually all of the lease-only EV1s were crushed by GM. Of course, its horrid looks didn’t help much either.
So, when Chevrolet decided to produce the Volt, they made sure to avoid the same mistakes.

November 15, 2011

GM is not a green car virgin. Its first relationship was with a car known as the EV1, an all electric car that was produced from 1997 to 1999. The EV1 was hampered by its heavy, inefficient lead-acid batteries that provided an average range of only 75 miles, and eventually all of the lease-only EV1s were crushed by GM. Of course, its horrid looks didn’t help much either.
So, when Chevrolet decided to produce the Volt, they made sure to avoid the same mistakes.

February 23, 2011

We have a finite amount of oil on this planet.

We have a finite amount of oil on this planet.

While many people may argue about how long we have until we run out, the fact still remains that one day, we will run out.

Actually, by the time oil supplies are “low,” prices will be so high that using petroleum for anything will be cost prohibitive.

In addition, we are currently seeing that the availability and price of oil is highly dependent on political stability in the countries and areas of the world where it is extracted.

February 17, 2011

There was a great deal of enthusiasm at the North American and Chicago auto shows this year, as most car companies have finally begun to see growth since the recession.

There was a great deal of enthusiasm at the North American and Chicago auto shows this year, as most car companies have finally begun to see growth since the recession.

Because of this growth, they had a little extra money to give to their new vehicle development programs, which put out some stunning new production and concept vehicles.