Today on GreenCar Reports: Nissan reveals its most popular markets, electric car sales have outpaced gasoline stations, and we look at whether Tesla's market impact is as disruptive as the Japanese brands were back in the 1970s. All this and more in today's car news, right here on Green Car Reports.

Can you guess the Nissan Leaf's top ten U.S. sales markets? Some of them may surprise you.

More electric car numbers: There are actually more electric cars on U.S. roads than there are gasoline stations.

We've put together a handy guide on diesel pickup trucks, for those of you who really do need a big truck to haul stuff about now and then.

Toyota has priced its 2014 Corolla: You can pick up a base model with a stick shift for $17,610, including destination.

Tesla Motors [NSDQ:TSLA] has made quite an impact so far, but is it as disruptive now as Toyota and Nissan were in the past?

Infiniti has unveiled its Frankfurt show concept, the Q30. They call it a crossover/hatchback/coupe blend--we call it a fancy hatchback.

BMW is a genius--or rather, its 'i Genius' artificial intelligence SMS service is in the UK--for all your electric car questions.

And finally, our sister site The Car Connection ponders a future for the classic Volkswagen Bus, now the old Kombi is ending production.


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