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US $174.99
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San Diego, California, US

San Diego, California, US
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Nissan showcases crashproof cars and an eco pedal

Wed, 06 Aug 2008 00:00:00 -0700

By Tim Pollard Motor Industry 06 August 2008 09:17 Nissan has unveiled a brace of new technologies to make driving in the 21st century cleaner and greener – but they also signal a further erosion of driver independence, ceding more control from man to microchip. How so? Well, the new systems announced today mark a step towards the driverless car: one is part of a project that hopes to eliminate accidents altogether while the other pushes against the accelerator to encourage a lighter right foot.

Top Gear Nissan LEAF & Peugeot iOn Electric car episode spoofed

Sat, 04 Jun 2011 00:00:00 -0700

It's James & Jeremy testing the iOn and LEAF Yes, boys and girls, there is a new series of Top Gear looming, with the boys back on the box this month. And already a so far unseen episode is being lampooned. Very well.

Volkswagen launches new Golf GTI

Mon, 23 Mar 2009 00:00:00 -0700

Volkswagen has launched the new VW Golf GTI in the UK It was the car that started the Hot-Hatch fashion 36 years ago, and today VW announced that they are open for orders on the latest (sixth generation) Volkswagen Golf GTI. VW showed a ‘Concept’ of the Mk VI Golf GTI at last year’s Paris Motor Show but, as we expected, it wasn’t even thinly disguised – it’s pretty much as shown! Just like its siblings, the new GTI is really an evolutionary car rather than a revolutionary one.