New spy photos rolled in today showing a car we have been waiting on for quite some time, the all-new 2016 Acura NSX.
There’s a plug-in hybrid version of Audi’s flagship sedan coming in the near future.
There’s an unannounced change heading to the 2015 Chevrolet Volt.
The compact crossover segment is booming with both Audi and BMW looking to capitalize.
Two more variants of the Ferrari LaFerrari are currently in the workshop at Maranello, both of which will arrive in 2015.
Subaru’s future plans include hybrid and full-electric powertrains, but not until after the company is able to clear the plate it is currently chewing through.
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As the Chevrolet Volt nears the end of its current generation, the Automaker has added subtle changes for the 2015 model year.
BMW is working on yet another new model to add to its ever-growing lineup.
The newest addition to the Lexus lineup is also the most fuel efficient in the crossover segment.
BMW wants to cut the cable when it comes to charging its i3 and i8 models.
If you’re waiting for the next-generation Hyundai Sonata hybrid model to arrive at dealerships, you have a while to wait.
BMW has officially announced the available packages and options for the new i8.
Already proficient with its diesel offerings, Audi will be turning its attention to hybrid powertrains.
The Mazda2 could benefit from a rotary hybrid powertrain for its next generation.
The new, more efficient Toyota Prius is being held back from production because the company isn’t happy with its improvements in fuel economy yet.
Harnessing electrical energy from brakes, known as regenerative braking, is already in use in many hybrid vehicles, and now Audi is looking to build on the idea by collecting energy from the suspension.
Toyota is no longer perceived as the most environmentally conscious automaker in the world.
If you own a 2012-2013 Chevrolet Volt, you may want to check in at your local dealership.
There’s a rumor that Ferrari is planning an open air version of its LaFerrari halo car to go on sale next year.
There’s a chance the Honda Civic Hybrid is about to walk drive the “green mile.”
When the 2015 ILX starts arriving in showrooms tomorrow, there will be one model of the original three missing.
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Nissan’s high-tech race car looks like it belongs on Cyrano de Bergerac and it’s also really, really fast.