Car Tech Live 178: Sports car with Nissan Leaf technology promised Video
This week on the CNET Tech Review: Google Chrome brings Web sites to the Web; the Nissan Leaf strikes fear in our hearts; Motorola's Droid 2 goes Global; and the Samsung Nexus gets its S kicked.
The new Ford Focus Electric prepares to do head-on battle with the Nissan Leaf
Nissan takes it's Leaf EV racing with the unveiling of the Nissan Leaf NISMO RC prototype.
Nissan muses about what else it can do with the Leaf's batteries.
Fisker Automotive, the company behind the Fisker Karma electric vehicle, unveils its newest model, the Atlantic, which is priced and classed as a competitor to the Chevy Volt and possibly the Nissan Leaf.
Forget the roar of an internal combustion engine coming to life, the all electric Nissan Leaf boots up more like a cell phone. Nissan designed some theatrics into the boot-up, including musical chimes and an instrument cluster light show.
Nissan gives the new Altima a hybrid they hope will do better than Honda's erstwhile Accord Hybrid.
The most reliable cars are.... Nissan Leaf spawns a plug-in cousin, Ford stops your teen from texting while driving, a scathing report on red light cameras, and we drive the Porsche Panamera Turbo S.
How much do we have to pay you to buy an electric car? The headlights that can buy you 6 MPG. And you might actually get your Nissan Leaf before you die. Plus we drive the Scion tC.
Chevy prices the Volt - gulp. More details on living with the Leaf, first drive in the new Jetta and Mitsubishi's electric car, and the James Bond Car Museum!