BMW’s new plug-in hybrid sports car will begin arriving in dealerships this June, a little less than a year after it initially debuted in Frankfurt.
The proportion of hybrid vehicles on the road globally will reach 20 percent “soon” according to Toyota chairman Takeshi Uchiyamada.
The second-generation Chevrolet Volt will debut next year and will be redesigned and developed on a new front-wheel drive platform.
Along with media from around the world auto shows host all kinds of product reveals, things like the breathtaking McLaren 650S, the intriguing Jeep Renegade and the obscenely luxurious Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe. But they all can’t be heart-stopping; sometimes you have to report on vehicles people actually drive.
Pricing on the 2014 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid has been announced, with the base model starting from $26,810 including destination.
Volkswagen’s latest performance-oriented Golf uses as plug-in hybrid drivetrain and its here for inspection at the Geneva Motor Show.
Porsche has officially unveiled its 919 Hybrid LMP1 and 911 RSR race cars at the Geneva Motor Show.
The Honda NSX GT Concept will be competing in this year’s Super GT series, and the Japanese automaker has shared a video of it testing the race car in Japan.
Louis Vuitton has created a unique luggage set made specifically for the BMW i8.
At this year’s Geneva Motor Show, Porsche will be putting its Global Motorsport program at the center of its stage, unveiling the 919 Hybrid LMP1 race car and the new 911 RSR.
Whether they come in the form of a subcompact hatchback or a full-sized pickup, hybrids are some of the most technically advanced vehicles on the road today. Blending the best of internal combustion and electric propulsion these cars and trucks can save drivers major dollars at the filling station thanks to their Star Wars-grade technology…
The popular and luxurious Lexus RX crossover has received a number of minor updates for the 2015 model year.
Honda is discontinuing its Insight hybrid after more than a decade of lackluster sales.
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Production of the Fisker Karma might finally resume within a year under the company’s new Chinese owners.
Set to sit beside the GTI and GTD, Volkswagen revealed a plug-in hybrid version of its more performance-oriented Golf.
The Toyota Prius family was the most popular vehicle line in the state of California for the second year in a row.
As Mitsubishi strives to end losses in Japan and North America, it will turn to expanding its plug-in hybrid offerings.
In 1999 Honda introduced the Insight, the first mass-market hybrid to hit Europe, but now 16 years later, the Japanese automaker will stop offering the Insight and CR-Z Hybrid in Europe due to declining sales.
A Honda Odyssey hybrid variant is under consideration and could join the minivan’s lineup in the future.
The Audi Sport Quattro is likely headed to production if the automaker’s chief engineer Ulrich Hackenburg has his way.
Tesla sales are booming and a portion of it comes courtesy of previous Toyota owners.
Just a few days ago, AutoGuide‘s spy photographers caught photos of the BMW 3 Series plug-in hybrid testing, but this time around the German automaker has removed the material concealing the cover for the electrical socket.
BMW has launched its North American advertising campaign for its i sub-brand.