In 2010, CEO Carlos Ghosn predicted Nissan would be selling 500,000 Leafs worldwide by 2014. He has a lot of ground to make up. In November, Ghosn conceded that sales of the all-electric Leaf would not reach its far more modest U.S. goal of just 20,000 in 2012. In fact, it will struggle to match its 2011 total of 9,674.
Super-exclusive Ferraris, a Fiat 500 limo, and gas prices through the roof. A look at what the new year may or may not bring to the world of cars.
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