According to the U.S. Department of Energy, public charging stations in America increased from 5,200 on December 18, 2012 to 5,678 on March 22, 2013.
AMG isn’t worried about building anything other than gasoline-powered engines for now, but when that changes the brand will look to hybrid systems.
Do social media references and new tech features translate into products that appeal to young car buyers? Nissan hopes so.
Volvo is introducing new fuel injection technology which is set to make its four-cylinder diesel engines more efficient than ever.
Is the manual transmission dead? Die-hard auto enthusiasts may shout out: “No way” but is anyone listening? If you’re in the market for a new car, a manual transmission might be a good idea, for a few key reasons.
Adaptive cruise control, emergency brake assist and blind-spot monitoring were the stuff of science fiction just a decade ago, but today these features are available on many reasonably priced, mass-market vehicles. Pushing driver assistance even further, Continental is developing a suite of advanced technologies with some pretty amazing capabilities.
Mercedes-Benz just announced that its future cars will use a Garmin GPS navigation system, much like the one currently used in Chrysler products.
When the all-new Honda Fit goes on sale this year, it will be offered with an optional safety package that does some of your thinking for you.
Honda has been busy conducting real-world testing of new traffic congestion minimization technology in Indonesia for the past few months, using something as simple as a smartphone app.
A report from the National Research Council states that the U.S. could reduce fossil fuel consumption and greenhouse gas emissions by as much as 80 percent by 2050 in cars and trucks.
Lodging official complaints about your car just got easier.
MINI won’t be bringing any world debuts to the 2013 New York Auto Show, but that doesn’t mean the company doesn’t have anything to announce.
As automakers continue to strive towards improving fuel economy across its lineup, General Motors is considering a smaller, lighter-weight three-cylinder engine for its Chevrolet Volt and Cadillac ELR models.
While Japanese and Korean automakers such as Hyundai, Toyota, and Honda are investing into hydrogen fuel cell-equipped vehicles, German automaker Volkswagen believes they have failed to live up to promises and aren’t cost-efficient to produce.
BMW has announced that its new i brand of eco-machines has signed an agreement with Now! Innovations to provide what can only be called, “the future of parking.”
Any driver in cold weather will agree, taking off your gloves to pay for your gas is a pain, especially when the temperature dips below freezing. One Canadian gas company is helping drivers stay warm by providing a smartphone app that allows users to pay for gas with their mobile device.
Nissan is turning to Advanced High Tensile Strength Steel (AHSS) in up to 25 percent of its vehicle parts starting in 2017 to reduce weight.
General Motors is now offering the services of trained tech advisors to help each one of their customers setup and customize their Intellilink infotainment system which is currently available on the GMC Terrain.
Technology giant Apple has teamed up with Italian supercar maker Ferrari and their first joint creation debuted at this year’s 2013 Geneva Motor Show.
“First thing I do when I get in my car is turn off the stability control and traction control”. Many of us have heard someone, at some point, utter this. Or maybe we ourselves are the guilty party. When asked why it was turned it off, the typical response is along the lines of “’cause…
Land Rover is displaying the world’s first nine-speed automatic transmission for a passenger car at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show.
Toyota unveiled its unique i-ROAD concept today at the Geneva Motor Show; a compact, all-electric, three-wheeled personal mobility vehicle (MPV) with a comfortable and enclosed two-seater cabin.
MINI Connected has added a “Driving Excitement Analyser” to highlight how skillfully (and safely) drivers are handling their MINI vehicles.
At the upcoming Geneva Motor Show, Land Rover will debut the world’s first nine-speed automatic transmission, developed in partnership with ZF, a world leader in transmission technology.