As we get closer to the November 30 press day for the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show, more and more concept and new model announcements are starting to appear. Yesterday it was the 2013 Nissan GT-R and today we have another Nissan.

Also making waves is the announcement of American race car driver Alexander Rossi who will be testing with Team Lotus Formula 1 at the end of the year.

In other news, Ford has updated its Flex, Volvo has launched a special edition C70, and BMW is touting its presence in the latest Mission Impossible movie.

The 2011 Nissan Pivo 3 Concept is the best look yet at Nissan’s next electric car.

Ford is set to take the wraps off its facelifted Flex seven-seat crossover at next week’s 2011 Los Angeles Auto Show.

Toyota still believes in its fuel cell technology and could be launching one to the masses in 2015.

Saab’s future is looking bleak, with GM announcing this week that it won’t support the sale to China’s Pang Da and Youngman as the deal stands in its current form.

There’s a new downloadable content pack for Forza Motorsport 4 on the Xbox 360.

Chrysler is delaying the introduction of its dual clutch transmissions until after 2012 as it works to iron out all the bugs.

Another Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 has crashed, only this time the damage doesn’t look so bad.

Californian native Alexander Rossi is scheduled to take part in the F1 Young Driver Test program with Team Lotus at the end of this year.

Could Porsche have to rely on Audi’s next-generation R8 platform for its own mid-engine supercar?