Some may have forgotten Mitsubishi even exists, but the Japanese automaker has seen double digit growth for five consecutive quarters and plans to fuel its expansion with two new models in the next 16 months. Continue Reading...
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Looking to retain its grip on the hybrid segment, Toyota will add a hybrid version of its popular RAV4 crossover starting next year. Continue Reading...
What is luxury? According to the team that runs BMW‘s new i division, it’s not what it used to be. Continue Reading...
McLaren has promised one new model each year and while there are plenty of rumors as to what will arrive in 2015, we can confirm it won’t use hybrid power. Continue Reading...
When the next-generation Toyota Prius arrives it will come equipped with the company’s latest and greatest hybrid powertrain and ride atop an all new platform, but the most dramatic change might just be the way it looks. Continue Reading...
Bentley’s yet-unnamed SUV will be on sale in 2016 and not long after it materializes in a gated community near you, there will also be a plug-in hybrid variant. Continue Reading...
The Mazda3 hybrid will make its official public debut at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show, and it won’t be the only Mazda3 variant being unveiled. Continue Reading...
In development for three and a half years Volvo has today announced what could be a revolutionary new technology for the auto industry, incorporating batteries into a car’s body panels. Continue Reading...
Mazda has unveiled its hybrid Mazda3 model, which will be heading to dealerships in Japan next month. Continue Reading...
Ferrari Chairman Luca di Montezemolo has been a vocal opponent of electric cars, but when it comes to hybrids he’s championing the technology, announcing that more gasoline-electric models will join the brand’s exotic stable. Continue Reading...
For many folks hybrid vehicles have a negative aura about them. Some of that is the fault of poorly executed models over the past two decades, and some is due to the most successful, and arguably best engineered hybrid, the Toyota Prius. Continue Reading...
The Aston Martin Hybrid Hydrogen Rapide S has made history, completing the world’s first hydrogen-fuelled zero CO2 emission lap at the Nurburgring. Continue Reading...
California is home to the most green car shoppers in the nation, with eight of the top 10 cities actually located on the west coast. Continue Reading...
Aston Martin will set a new milestone at this year’s 24 Hours of Nurburgring, being the first automaker to race a hydrogen-powered car. Continue Reading...
With Toyota the outright leader in global hybrid sales, it comes as little surprise that its Lexus luxury division is also out in front when it comes to sales of gasoline-electric vehicles. Continue Reading...
While a mid-cycle update and not an all-new model, the 2014 Mercedes-Benz E-Class makes a small yet important change to the car’s design, dropping a feature that has characterized its look since 1995. Continue Reading...
Jaguar’s new F-Type looks remarkably like its design study, though it’s missing two things. First is a major feature of the C-X16 concept it’s based on and the second is something found in any true sports car; an advanced hybrid drivetrain and a manual transmission. Continue Reading...
Although new propulsion systems are growing in popularity and becoming more efficient, a study conducted by the panel advising the energy department has found that the internal combustion engine will remain the main source of vehicle power until at least 2050. Continue Reading...
Unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show, Infiniti’s high-tech Emerg-e sports car certainly looked fast, and the claimed performance numbers are impressive, but does it live up the hype in the real world? Continue Reading...
Fuel economy is now the number one purchase consideration for new car shoppers, sparking a massive swing in interest for alternative fuel vehicles. Continue Reading...
US diesel sales rose 27.4-percent in 2011 while hybrid sales dropped 2.2-percent, numbers that reflect a changing automotive climate in America and fly in the face of conventional stereotypes about diesel cars. But thanks to offerings from BMW, Mercedes-Benz and the Volkswagen Group, diesel-powered passenger vehicle sales are on the rise in America. The 2.2-percent… Continue Reading...
The head of Toyota‘s Prius program thinks that Toyota will be able to sell as many as 1 million hybrids anually by 2015. Satoshi Ogiso, who was responsible for developing the original Prius, said that hybrids could sell as many as 2 million units by 2020. Toyota Hybrid sales topped out at 690,000 in 2010,… Continue Reading...
Expected to arrive some time next year, the successor to the Ferrari Enzo could make use of hybrid technology admits company CEO Amedeo Felisa. Speaking at the launch of the new 458 Spider, Felisa admitted as much and even confirmed that Ferrari is currently testing prototype hybrids. While still a stretch at this point, Ferrari… Continue Reading...
Ford and Toyota shocked the automotive world with the announcement that the two companies will join forces to create a new hybrid system for light trucks and SUVs. The companies signed a memorandum of understanding, and will do further research and studies regarding the project. The new system is said to be rear-drive based, and… Continue Reading...