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Filed under: EV/Plug-in, Green Culture, Hydrogen, Toyota, AutoblogGreen Exclusive "Toyota engineers were simultaneously working on a brand new technology that met all the driver's needs with an even smaller carbon footprint." Toyota has released a number of new promotional videos for the hydrogen-powered 2016 Mirai.
Filed under: Etc., EV/Plug-in, Transportation Alternatives, SMART, Tesla Motors Smart celebrated its fifth anniversary in China with a concert and two special editions of the Fortwo.
Filed under: Emerging Technologies, EV/Plug-in Longtime electric-vehicle drivers will tell you that, when it comes maximizing efficiency while driving, smoothness counts.
Filed under: Hybrid, Toyota When the designers thought they were just about finished with the new look of the fourth-generation Toyota Prius hybrid, higher-ups did not like what they saw and sent those designers back to the proverbial drawing board to come up with something a little spicier.
Filed under: Detroit Auto Show, Coupe, Hybrid, Performance, Acura, Luxury Finally. After spending years rounding three bases in the development of the second coming of the Acura NSX, we can espy home base just beyond the turn of the year.
Filed under: Green Culture, MPG, United States We've been hearing for a while that the steady drop in US fuel prices are hurting sales of fuel-efficient cars like hybrids and plug-ins.
Filed under: Car Buying, Truck, Ford, Earnings/Financials Gasoline in the US continues its weeks-long descent with prices down about 13 cents a gallon over last week to $2.544, which is lower by around 69 cents/gallon from this time last year, according to the US Energy Information Administration.
Filed under: EV/Plug-in, Transportation Alternatives, Tesla Motors, Legislation and Policy, Videos Chicago and New York are considering creating hailing apps for taxis.
Filed under: EV/Plug-in, Tesla Motors The first public owner of a Tesla Model S P85D says the model's autonomous-driving feature that more-or-less allows for the all-electric sedan drive itself hasn't been activated yet.
Filed under: Hybrid, Sedan, Hyundai, South Korea The wraps are off Hyundai's next-generation Sonata Hybrid after an unveiling in Seoul, South Korea, and the latest model brings an improved powertrain and slight styling tweaks.
Filed under: Concept Cars, Coupe, Performance, Jaguar, TV/Movies James Bond is used to being outgunned.
Filed under: Sedan, China, Hirings/Firings/Layoffs, Tesla, Electric In July, 2013, before Tesla had delivered its first car to China, CEO Elon Musk called the country a "wild card." A year on, that continues to be the case, with media reports all over the spectrum concerning how Tesla is doing in China.
Filed under: Concept Cars, CES, Technology, Hatchback, BMW, Electric, Smartphone Automatic parking systems are something of a novelty, in their present form.
Filed under: Concept Cars, Coupe, Geneva Motor Show, Design/Style At the Geneva Motor Show this year EDAG Engineering showed off its Genesis Cockpit concept.
Filed under: EV/Plug-in, Transportation Alternatives, Mercedes Benz, Nissan, SMART, Tesla Motors, Videos A company called Shift plans to provide bikes and EVs for hire.
Filed under: Convertible, Hybrid, Performance, Videos, Supercars, Porsche, Translogic In the same month that Porsche announced that its 918 Spyder is sold out, Translogic is getting its first (and likely last) shot at the plug-in hybrid hypercar.
Filed under: EV/Plug-in, Green Culture While 2014 has been a big year for plug-in vehicle sales - the biggest ever, in fact - the overall numbers are still small.
Filed under: EV/Plug-in, Racing The inaugural FIA Formula E Championship is now getting up to speed. After the opening round in Beijing, followed by a two-month break and the second round in Malaysia, the electrified circus set sail for Uruguay for the Punta del Este ePrix on the Atlantic coast.
Filed under: Europe, Technology Some European struggle to accommodate their current traffic volumes. Often narrow, bumpy streets are downright ancient, and not exactly laid out with efficiency in mind.
Filed under: Coupe, Crossover, Aston Martin, Earnings/Financials, Luxury Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer named three leads for new vehicle programs when he took the reins, now the company is looking for the money to give those leads something to do.