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Motor Trend Magazine named the 2010 Ford Fusion as their pick for Car of the Year award.

Nissan today announced the launch of the Nissan LEAF Zero Emissions Student Competition, which allows university and college students to express how the Nissan LEAF has inspired their outlook towards a zero-emissions future.
DETROIT – “Chargetruse,” “Recharge Silver,” and “Voltaic Platinum” are among the nearly 13,000 entries consumers submitted in Chevrolet Volt’s paint color name contest. 
Sunday, 15 November 2009 21:00

Nissan Has a New Electric Car Partner

The Renault-Nissan Alliance today announced that Nissan and Reliant Energy of Houston, Texas, one of the major competitive electricity providers in the nation, have forged an agreement to advance zero-emission mobility in the United States.

Renault has decided to produce its future zero-emission electric city car at the Flins plant in the Paris region. Zoé Z.E. Concept, presented at the Frankfurt Motor Show, is a forerunner of this new vehicle.  Renault has chosen Flins to produce this future electric vehicle (EV) owing to the plant’s expertise and performance.  Flins will begin production in 2012.

Fisker Automotive will partner with the Emil Frey Group, one of Europe’s most established and prestigious auto groups, to import, market and service its premium plug-in hybrid cars on the continent.

Monday, 02 November 2009 11:41

Ford Triumphs At Global Green Car Challenge

Ford's Fiesta ECOnetic has cemented its position as the most fuel efficient vehicle in Australia, using only 98 litres of fuel to travel 3147km from Darwin to Adelaide during the Global Green Challenge.
Toyota Motor Sales (TMS), USA, Inc., along with its advertising agency Saatchi & Saatchi LA, announced The Prius Experience App is available for free from the App Store.
The Renault–Nissan Alliance and the Mexico City Government today announced a partnership that paves the way for the introduction of the Nissan LEAF in Mexico’s capital city in 2011.
Volvo Trucks took on the hybrid powertrain challenge as early as the 1980s. Years of research, development and testing has led to the cutting edge Volvo FE Hybrid. The solution: parallel hybrid technology using up to 30 percent less fuel.
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