Los Angeles, Calif. (April, 2013) – The Petersen Automotive Museum is hosting its first public alternative fuels seminar titled “Why Alt Fuels Now” on April 18, 2013.
It’s the first to roll off Nissan’s newest and most efficient paint plant in the world, established at the Smyrna plant in Tennessee. The factory recently started making the Infiniti JX and the Nissan Leaf electric vehicle, and is expected to produce the new Rogue crossover as well, so the upgrade was much needed.
At the Washington Auto Show today, Nissan outlined its strategy for tripling the current electric vehicle quick-charging infrastructure in the United States with the addition of at least 500 quick-charging stations in the next 18 months, including the greater Washington D.C. area’s first fast-charge network.
Although the media keeps telling us that hybrids and electric cars aren’t selling well, the facts tell a different story.