Monday, August 3, 2009

Pollution free cars are coming soon

We are now entering the era of pollution free driving. Car maker Nissan has unveiled the world's first affordable zero-emission car. The car can be easily charged from home (like your cell phone) and will have a range of 100 miles after it is juiced up. Nissan has not announced the cost of this vehicle yet, but they state it will be "competitively priced." The car will be launched late 2010 in Japan, the USA, and Europe.
Last year I wrote a column about another pollution free car "Vehicles that run on air are ready" that got a great reader response. I can't help wondering what happened to "Zero Pollution Motors (ZPM) who had plans to release a new car in America this year.

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