When Nissan announced the Altima hybrid back
in April, it let it be known that the car will only be sold to the eight states that have adopted California's strict emissions standards. So it makes sense that California will soon host the first public unveiling of the Altima hybrid at the Orange County Auto Show
in earlly October. More precisely, the Altima hybrid will have its world debut at 10 am on October 4 at the Anaheim Convention Center. We already know some things about the Altima, like that it is a full hybrid that uses Toyota's hybrid technology and has been designated an Advanced Technology Partial Zero Emissions Vehicle.
A bit later in the day, the California Fuel Cell Partnership will offer their plans to further the commercialization of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles and will offer eight hydrogen fuel cells for media members to test drive.
[Source: Orange County Auto Show]