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Fisker On Death’s Door? Big Recall, Exec Shuffling, Money Woes For Electric Carmaker

Aug 21, 2012Fisker Automotive Inc. is in a bad place right now, running out of money, recalling its hybrid-electric Karma luxury cars because they burst into flames and shuffling around executives faster than a losing team substitutes pitchers.

 Turning over new Leaf: Get ready for EV eraNissan delivers 1st electric car in challenge to GM

Dec 13, 2010

Japan's Nissan Motor Co delivered the first mass-market all-electric car to a technology entrepreneur in California on Saturday as the company tries to get a jump in the ...

BMW X5BMW India overtakes Mercede-Benz, Audi in November sales

Dec 12, 2010

German auto major BMW has regained top slot in January-November period after a fierce battle for numbers with compatriot Mercedes Benz in the Indian luxury car market, inching...

 US energy chief says next generation of EV batteries could be five years awayNext generation of EV batteries could be five years away: US energy chief

Dec 12, 2010

The electric vehicle battery powered cars will start being competitive with gas-powered ones in about five years, the U.S. energy secretary Steven Chu, said at the annual U.N. climate talks.

 US energy chief says next generation of EV batteries could be five years awayNissan to deliver first Leaf car to San Francisco resident

Dec 11, 2010

Nissan Motors will deliver the first all electric car Nissan Leaf to a San Francisco bay area resident.

Ford Motors to debut midsized compact car Kuga in JanFord Motors to debut midsized compact car Kuga in Jan

Dec 11, 2010

Ford Motors will debut its midsized compact car at the Detroit auto show in January.

MicraNissan India launches Diesel variant of Micra

Dec 11, 2010

The Indian unit of Japan based leading car maker Nissan Motors has launched the diesel variant of its compact hatchback Micra in the Indian market. The new model has been put ...

Ford MotorsFord Motors to invest $600 mln, create 1,800 new jobs in Louisville plant

Dec 10, 2010

Ford Motors will invest $600 million to transform its Louisville Assembly Plant into a state-of-the-art facility to build the Escape and create 1,800 new jobs, the carmaker said in a statement.

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