Declared World Car of the Year 2011 in April this year at the New York International Auto Show, the Nissan Leaf was up against thirty nine entries. Taking out the award was no mean feat, given that the other two finalists were the Audi A8 and BMW 5 Series.
So much has been said about electric vehicles (EVs) of late that they hardly need any introduction. While theyre still a little way from being the norm, were more accepting of the technology today, thanks partly to manufacturers who have paved the way with hybrids which use a combination of fossil fuel and electric propulsion, and which have now firmly established themselves within the realms of mainstream.
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