A Madrid taxi company will receive 110 Nissan Leaf taxis.
Gas-Guzzlers Now Pay More To Park In Madrid
European cities aren't always that easy to navigate when you're in a car. They twist and turn through narrow, busy streets constrained by the topography and architecture, designed long before powered vehicles were prevalent. If that's not enough, one European city--the Spanish capital Madrid--is...Antony Ingram
Spanish Town To Run Cars On Biofuel From Human Poop...
Humans are a lot like cars. No, seriously--in order to make us work, we need fuel. That fuel is our food, which we metabolize in order to function, and anything not required by the body we produce as waste. Sounds familiar, right? Conveniently, that waste can then also be used to fuel our cars...Antony Ingram
A Free Electric Car With Every Gas-Guzzler? It’s Happening In Spain
As we pointed out yesterday, sales of purely electric cars in the U.S. aren’t as high as many in the industry hoped they would be. In an attempt to get more customers, Nissan has lowered the lease prices of its 2012 Nissan Leaf SV and 2012 Nissan Leaf SL, while automakers in Europe have...Nikki Gordon-Bloomfield
Hybrid Supercar Being Developed By Spain’s Izaro
Small companies developing hybrid and electric sports cars with Ferrari-rivaling performance may seem fairly common these days, and the latest entrant into this growing market segment--Izaro GTE--seems determined to follow in the footsteps of other fledgling green sports car start-ups. Izaro is...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
2012 Ford Kuga Hybrid, or Will It Be 2012 Ford Escape Hybrid?
The 2011 Ford Escape Hybrid will likely be the last year for Ford's original hybrid vehicle, launched way back in October 2004. At the end of July, Ford had sold 98,500 Escape Hybrids, more than half its total sales of 139,700 hybrids of all types. But all good things must come to an end. For 2012...John Voelcker