Forget Toyota and Tesla, Porsche is the world innovator when it comes to plug-In electric/hybrid technology.
Cadillac is boasting that its upcoming CT6 flagship sedan “will be the most advanced vehicle technologically in the world.”
Lamborghini is showing a plug-in hybrid concept car at this year’s Paris Motor Show and it’s called the Asterion.
The original Toyota Prius revolutionized the automotive industry in 1997.
Volkswagen is continuing its onslaught of introducing electrified vehicles.
Kia is set to debut an Optima concept featuring a diesel hybrid powertrain at this year’s Paris Motor Show.
The Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat is already living up to expectations.
BMW’s family of i cars could have a new halo in time for the company’s 100th anniversary.
Porsche revealed today that it will debut a third plug-in hybrid model next week during the Paris Motor Show: the Cayenne S E-Hybrid.
Volkswagen’s premium sedan will make a return to the U.S. in style.
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Ahead of the Paris Motor Show, Mitsubishi just revealed a concept preview of what will eventually become a sportier, more premium package offered with its Outlander Plug-In Hybrid SUV.
Mercedes is planning to sell just about every vehicle that it makes with the option of a plug-in hybrid powertrain.
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The next Porsche to use a plug-in hybrid powertrain will be the Macan according to a report by Australian website Motoring.
Renault may have created the best-looking hybrid Americans will never get.
Mercedes-Benz has added the first plug-in hybrid model to its lineup.
Audi is currently working on a plug-in hybrid version of its updated SUV.
Even expensive exotics are susceptible to recalls.
Thanks to stricter emissions laws than the rest of the country, California alone accounts for nearly half of plug-in vehicle sales in the US.
The Toyota Prius is getting a special edition for the 2015 model year before it heads off to retirement.
The Tesla Model S might be a popular car among some enthusiasts, but apparently it’s not all that “hot.”
The BMW i8 will be seen at Formula E events worldwide.
Numerous automakers are preparing competitors to the Toyota Prius and Ford is next on the list.