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Nissan takes a crack at hybrid electric car

Nissan has a potshot at General Motors by its plug-in electric hybrid Volt in an ad for its pure plug-in car, the Nissan Leaf.

The ad cars that use internal engines and gasoline by showing a where any electronic gadget is by gasoline and an internal combustion The results are comically outlandish — the even features an iPod-esque device powered by an internal engine and a laptop that a gasoline fill-up.

Nissan lumps the Chevy a plug-in electric hybrid drives the first 30 or so miles off power before shifting to an combustion engine to extend the car s into that group of and devices that are polluting the with gasoline use. The is the first major sign of a competition between Nissan and Motors to attract car buyers are interested in more fuel-efficient Nissan is focusing on creating a electric car while General wants to create a car that is fuel-efficient but has the same range as a car.

Most of the concerns for electric car center around how long it to charge the car and how far it is able to drive, to a report by Accenture. Electric are typically limited in how far they go on a charge, and they can take a time to recharge. It can take up to 5 for some vehicles to charge from an empty battery.

The Volt has a traditional internal engine and an engine powered by a jammed into the same The car can run around 35 miles off battery before the internal combustion kicks in, giving the car a total north of 300 miles on a full and full tank of gas. one of the cheaper electric cars on the

The Nissan Leaf — another one of the electric cars — is a pure car that can travel around 100 before it needs to recharge.

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Nissan’s plug-in electric the Leaf, outsold General Volt electric car for the first in April — the result of Nissan expanding its production of the Leaf to an almost insatiable demand for the car. Before April, Volt had consistently outperformed the Leaf each month. car buyers bought 326 Volts the after the car went on sale, to 19 Nissan Leafs sold same month.

GM sold 608 in March.

The 2011 Nissan sells for $32,780 while the Chevy Volt costs $41,000. Electric car buyers can for a federal tax credit that can the price down by $7,500. re both designed to attract car buyers looking for a more friendly option or a way to save on gas.

The Nissan Leaf can travel 100 miles before needing to and has an equivalent fuel efficiency of 99 per gallon. The Chevy Volt has an fuel efficiency rating of 93 per gallon.

You can watch a full of the commercial below.

Nissan e-NV200 Electric Cars
Nissan e-NV200 Electric Cars
Nissan e-NV200 Electric Cars
Nissan e-NV200 Electric Cars
Nissan e-NV200 Electric Cars

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