Carlos Ghosn has never really been known as a man with frequent warm and ready smiles for all comers. Under most circumstances, the man who runs not only global automaker Nissan but the Franco-Japanese Renault-Nissan Alliance displays a serious, thoughtful countenance. But as he inspected the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV during last week's Detroit Auto Show, more than one observer suggests that he did not look particularly happy. DON'T MISS: First Drive: Chevy Bolt EV 200-Mile Electric Car Development Vehicle As photos posted on Facebook by Gary Lieber of the San Francisco Bay Area Nissan Leaf...
GM Confirms Return Of Mild Hybrid Models In 2011
With the demise of Saturn, GM was left with only one model featuring its mild hybrid system, the 2009 Chevrolet Malibu Hybrid sedan, but sadly even that green vehicle was dropped from the automaker’s lineup this year. GM is planning to bring back its mild hybrid models, however, and according to...Viknesh Vijayenthiran