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Supercharged Hybrid System Featured in Upcoming Models

Auto maker Nissan is working on an advanced supercharged engine that will be matted to a hybrid powerplant for the upcoming Nissan Leaf, along with other models.

This new hybrid, which will be available at Superior Nissan in Fayetteville, AR one day, connects a supercharged 2.5 liter 4-cylinder engine with CVT transmission, electric motor, and lithium-ion battery pack.

Details on fuel economy will depend on the vehicles themselves, though Nissan "seems to have set…

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Nissan Leaf Going Global

Soon, the Nissan Leaf will be available across the United States. In fact, the Leaf will be available worldwide.

Nissan has plans to make their popular all electric hatchback Leaf available across the globe. Pierre Loing, VP of product planning and zero-emission business at Nissan International, "believes zero-emission vehicles will account for 10 percent of global vehicle sales by 2020."1

Loing also predicts Nissan Leaf will grab "a significant share" of the global market…

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Nissan LEAF Available In New States

The 2011 Nissan LEAF was so popular when it was introduced last year, the car had a long waiting list many signed up for, and was only available in certain states. 2012's edition will head to Superior Nissan in Fayetteville, AR, and various other dealers across the country will be privy to the electric car.

As the world's first mass produced all-electric car, LEAF has attracted attention from eco-car lovers and auto critics…

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New Nissan May be Able to Read Your Mind

There are cars that predict when other vehicles on the road are coming too close, or when a rabbit is about to jump in front of you. But soon, vehicles like the Nissan Altima may be able to read your mind. Yes, Nissan cars will soon be psychic.

Nissan is collaborating with École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) in Switzerland to research "Brain Machine Interface" (BMI) concepts. The idea allows disabled people to…

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