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Who Will Win the Race to Build a Great Electric Vehicle?

The Revenge of the Electric Car, the sequel to 2006’s Who Killed the Electric Car? examines the competition to build a great EV.

The Revenge of the Electric Car, the sequel to the 2006 film Who Killed the Electric Car?, is set to premiere in New York and Los Angeles on Oct. 21. The film, from director Chris Paine, follows its predecessor's question with a definitive, even menacing response, but it might be more aptly titled Who Will Win the Electric Car Race?

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The New Nissan Leaf Ad: Humorless, Brilliant, or Both?

The new ad for Nissan's electric car features scenes from a smoggy alternate reality in which our computers and cell phones spew out exhaust.

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The new ad for the all-electric Nissan Leaf asks, "What if everything ran on gas?" and answers in the form of vignettes from a smoggy alternate reality in which our microwaves, computers, and cell phones spew out exhaust.

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Why Electric Cars Will Succeed Even Though Six in Ten Americans Don't Want Them

Sure, Americans claim they don't want electric cars. But demand isn't the problem right now.


A new USA Today/Gallup poll asked Americans about their interest in electric cars. Fifty-seven percent of respondents said they “won't buy an all-electric car no matter the price of gas.”

USA Today uses those numbers to make the standard case that the electric car is doomed because it just doesn't appeal to the public.

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Nissan Leaf EV to Hit Market in Late 2010

Nissan's Leaf is a zero-emission, 100-percent electric vehicle, and it actually looks fairly attractive. But even more intriguing than its frame...

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