Ten Transportation Trends That Rocked 2010

Wired's Autotopia lists, among others, the launch of the Chevy Volt, NIssan LEAF, electric flight and the move back into urban centers.

Published: 30-Dec-2010

This was one hell of a year for transit trends. Mass-market cars with cords finally rolled into driveways, electric aviation took off in a big way and high-speed rail ... well, two out of three ain't bad.

As we count down the end of the year, let's look at 10 transportation trends that rocked 2010.

Nissan Leaf
At long last, the mass-market affordable electric vehicle is here and it is one sweet ride. The Nissan Leaf isn't for everyone, but it will suit the needs of far more people than its critics would have you believe.

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