Friday, November 12, 2010

Tesla pursues global growth, eyes RAV4 production in California

Roger Penske is leading Chevrolet return to Indy-car racing, but Team Penske won't have special or preferred engines from the manufacturer. Izod IndyCar Series officials made that point clear Friday at a news conference at Indianapolis Motor Speedway's Hall of Fame Museum. IndyCar Tony Cotman said there will be no "works" teams. To prevent that, all engines will be randomly distributed

Aiming to stamp out any glitches before they balloon, Nissan Motor Co. is setting up a rapid-reaction task force in the United States to troubleshoot possible customer complaints with its Leaf electric vehicle after its launch next month. The team of technicians, to be headed by about 10 lead

Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk says Japan will be the electric-car maker's No. 2 market after the United States and that Asia will account for a third of its global sales by 2015. Musk also said the initial batch of electric SUVs it agreed to supply to Toyota Motor Corp. will likely be made at the

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