Volvo is aiming for performance while going green in China.
Naturally racecars are about maximum performance, neck-snapping acceleration, organ-bruising lateral grip and of course enough stopping power to rip the skin off your forehead. The Porsche 919 Hybrid is one such machine, but that’s not all.
Honda’s most sophisticated hybrid to date is turning out to be a bigger hit than the company expected.
General Motors is betting big on its next-generation Volt, with more electrified vehicles on the way.
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Subaru is planning a successor for its Tribeca model that will boast a world’s first powertrain.
Ford has gotten in on the fun, parodying the Cadillac ELR ad that poked fun at Europeans.
Sales of electrified vehicles are picking up steam and in doing so they’re making an impact on America’s consumption of fossil fuel.
Electric cars would be much easier to sell if they didn’t take so long to charge and BMW might have a solution up its sleeve.
Mitsubishi might not have its plug-in hybrid SUV initiative off the ground in North America yet, but the Japanese automaker has confirmed that more models are on their way.
With emissions regulations becoming stricter, automakers are turning towards their more fuel-efficient models to help meet those rules.
Would you believe that you could get a vehicle with a 50-mpg combined rating for under $25,000?
If looks could kill, Porsche‘s latest exotic would be fatal.
Sometimes it’s hard to believe that Porsche has not only turned to producing SUVs, but hybrid ones as well.
Do you believe in second chances? Chinese automotive group Wanxiang certainly does.
A vehicle that won the 1975 12 Hours of Sebring race has returned to the winner’s circle 39 years later.
According to Jaguar Land Rover engineering boss Wolfgang Ziebart, “hybrid will become the dominant drivetrain among ‘upper class’ models,” from the British automaker.
As emissions regulations worldwide continue to become more strict, even luxury automakers such as Rolls-Royce and Bentley are turning towards plug-in hybrid models.
Demand for the BMW i8 is exceeding the planned initial production volume, the German automaker has announced.
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.