Nissan’s all-electric Leaf hatchback is racking up deliveries, in fact it’s the best selling EV in the United States.
Honda and/or Acura’s upcoming NSX supercar has once again been spotted being put through its paces on the vaunted Nürburgring in Germany. Fortunately this time it didn’t catch fire.
Future Hyundai hybrid models will benefit from a new six-speed transmission.
Chevrolet just announced new details about the next-generation Volt.
Attention Subaru fans, the company’s XV Crosstrek and Crosstrek Hybrid models are getting some new technology.
It appears that BMW is already preparing to build off its i8 plug-in hybrid.
Corporate Average Fuel Economy, CAFE for short, is a series of regulations designed to improve the efficiency of vehicles sold in the United States. Automakers will be required to average 54.5 miles per gallon by the year 2025.
How exciting! The European version of Toyota’s Prius v has gotten a minor update for 2015.
The folks at Green Car Journal have just released their list of finalists for the 2015 Green Car of the Year award. The group includes a surprising diversity of vehicles from several manufacturers.
If you’ve had your eyes on the Porsche 918 Spyder, you should act quickly.
Toyota’s Prius has become the go-to vehicle for people looking to save money at the gas pump. Sure, it looks like an alien science project gone wrong and its driving dynamics are less fun than a trip to the ER, but this car’s groundbreaking combination of high technology, phenomenal fuel economy and unimpeachable reliability have…
Toyota is still firmly in place as the hybrid king and there aren’t any signs of it ceding the throne soon.
Porsche is considering a hybrid version of the 911 to be included in the next generation.
Lamborghini might not be fond of a hybrid exotic, but Audi is ready to embrace the technology.
The Lamborghini Asterion plug-in hybrid “hyper cruiser” will remain firmly in theoretical territory.
Chrysler’s next-generation Town & Country minivan will late next year with a plug-in hybrid powertrain ahead of the company’s previously-announced timeline.
French automaker Peugeot built a crossover concept for Paris this year that uses a 1.6-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine and 500 hp. How can that be? There are also electric motors powering each of the axles to achieve that number. No, you can’t expect to see a road car like this any time soon, but how…
Paris, France is an international gem known for art and culture, fine dining and high fashion as well as its architecture and history. This capital’s biennial auto show is also a major attraction, particularly for gear heads.
BMW is sending more of its i3 and i8 units to the U.S.
Infiniti’s latest concept hints at a flagship sedan with some really impressive technology and design.
Lamborghini rushed into the 2014 Paris Motor Show with a beast of a concept, featuring 910-hp.
Toyota’s showing off a new, fun to drive crossover concept in Paris, hinting at a new hybrid powertrain and future design language.
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.”