Nissan BladeGlider Electric Sports Car Concept – 2013 Tokyo Motor Show
Today, Nissan discusses a platform that could be used for an electric sports car and SUV, how General Motors is reacting to the flood of Tesla Model 3 depositors, and Air Liquide announces four hydrogen fueling stations in the Northeast. All this and more on Green Car Reports.
Would Tesla want the site of a nuclear power plant for a European factory? The French government is offering one up.
Air Liquide says it’s selected sites for four hydrogen fueling stations in the Northeast.
Nissan discusses a new electric-car platform that could underpin the next Leaf, but also an electric sports car and SUV.
Find out why an ex-Fiat powertrain-development boss thinks the Volkswagen diesel scandal will hurt plug-in hybrids.
Check out fuel-cell concepts from 50 years ago, created by famed designer Brooks Stevens.
More than 325,000 potential buyers have put down $1,000 deposits for a Tesla Model 3. What does General Motors think of that?
Another death has been conclusively linked to airbags manufactured by Japanese supplier Takata.
Finally, it seems Henrik Fisker is keeping busy after moving on from the Karma plug-in hybrid. He designed a luxury yacht for Italian firm Benetti.
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