Almost as good as lapping Le Mans for real. Almost.
All Nissan-Nismo wanted to do was get 1 car to the finish, and they did.
Japan takes on the mighty Germans in France.
Can Nissan’s FWD racer oust the likes of Audi and Porsche?
Nothing to see here; just a standard, run-of-the-mill showdown, with… Wait, what the heck?!
The answer is the glorious-sounding VQ35 V6, and then some.
GM and Ram were the big year-over-year winners, while Ford remained first in market share.
That didn’t take long.
When pressed in a TV interview, the Ford CEO revealed that his first car was a yellow Datsun B-210. Not a Mustang… not even a Pinto!
Autoblog has chosen 14 vehicles with interesting technological items. Only one will prevail to win 2014 Technology of the Year Award, which will be announced at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
According to Green Car Congress, Nissan pulled ahead of Tesla Motors in terms of green car credits withdrawn.