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2018 Nissan Leaf pricing, power leaked online — undercuts Bolt, Tesla. Despite Nissan's efforts to keep a lid on the 2018 Leaf, leaks and spy shots continue to trickle out.

Nissan has been teasing the next-gen Leaf with photos and videos but these spy shots may be our best look of the car yet. Leaf's official reveal date is September 6th.

You can turn it off whenever you want.

Nissan releases its latest tidbit about the next-gen Leaf.

Long nights equal longer range.

Like so many racecars, you won't be able to buy this one.

Thirteen thousand people watched a live stream yesterday of an illegally parked car as they waited for parking enforcement to ticket the offending auto.

Young drivers and a car that projects their emotions on the street in manga-style graphics. Weird.

Everything will be connected. Everything will be awesome.

Renewable energy, vehicle autonomy, V2G and connectivity combine to make the future beautiful.

Nissan Hopes Its Fuel Station Of The Future Will Change Minds

Nissan announces its Fuel Station of the Future, a high-performance wireless charging system being developed with Foster + Partners architects.

Nissan takes the Leaf and e-NV200 on five road trips around Europe and makes everyone a home video.

Nissan Europe tries out a paint coating that allows an all-electric Leaf to glow in the dark for as long as 10 hours.

Prince Charles toured Nissan's Sunderland plant in the UK, where the Nissan Leaf electric vehicle is produced.

97 Percent Of New Chevy Malibus Have Stop-Start; California Schools Gets EV Buses

The Northwest Automotive Press Association (NWAPA) has given the Lexus CT 200h its Favorite Hybrid title. It named the compact luxury hybrid its favorite of 2014 at its Drive Revolution in Portland (where it also named the new Volkswagen Golf TDI the Northwest Green Car of the Year). According to NWAPA president Nik Miles, the CT 200h earned the honor for "impressive combination of state-of-the-art small car luxury and hybrid technology." For 2014, the Lexus CT200h got an updated front end, incl

Robert Llewellyn Gets Fully Discharged For Science

If you see an AAA truck bringing someone a can of extra gas, it's rarely a big deal, but when an EV driver runs out of charge, people pay attention. Whether its a writer for The New York Times or hardcore Tesla fans, people are curious about this newfangled technology and the things that could go wrong.

Formula E Teams With Prince Albert II Of Monaco Foundation

Uber is really taking it to cabbies in New York City. The car-hailing smartphone app has temporarily cut rates to its lowest-cost UberX service by 20 percent, now making it much more competitive - even cheaper in many cases - to request a ride from the app than to hail a NYC taxi. Also, tip is included in Uber's rate, while yellow cab fares do not include tip. However, Uber's rates vary depending on certain variables such as traffic and demand. Uber has been the target of protests by cabbies in

Japanese TV show fights crime with electric vehicle power

The automobile-as-crime-fighting-teammate concept dates back at least to the 1960s Batman television series, gained further currency during the 1980s with Knight Rider and was referenced in the recent Kia ads featuring Los Angeles Clippers basketball star Blake Griffin and Jack McBrayer of 30 Rock fame.

Bjork's 1995 freak-out hit It's Oh So Quiet may have reflected the singer's oddball Icelandic sensibilities, but Nissan is making the concept of relative silence a French thing. The Japanese automaker recently promoted its all-electric Leaf by staging a mini-rally through what it called "one of the quietest villages in Europe." And with the exception of a couple damaged trash bins and a destroyed rear-view mirror from an old-school archway, the race kept the drivers wide awake but everyone in th

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