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Filed under: Green, Chevrolet, Volkswagen, AutoblogGreen ExclusiveOver 1,300 miles in a diesel-powereed Chevy Cruze between Michigan and West Virginia, our columnist find a deeper appreciation for oil burners.
Filed under: Government/Legal, Green, Motorsports, Alternative Fuels, Ethanol, ElectricFormula E will use a shortened version of the traditional Monaco circuit.
Filed under: Green, Land Rover, China, Budget, ElectricLonger is the next Chinese automaker to crank out a terrible knockoff, this one being the Yueling X1 EV.
Filed under: Green, Ferrari, Hybrid, Performance, SupercarsFerrari is adopting two methods of increasing output while decreasing fuel consumption, boosting its V8s with turbos and its V12s with hybrids - but not the other way around.
Filed under: Green, Tesla, Japan, Technology, ElectricTesla executive Kurt Kelty gives a speech in Japan asking battery suppliers to take more risks to increase production.
Filed under: Green, BMW, Toyota, Coupe, Future, Hybrid, PerformanceCar and Driver reports that the Toyota Supra will arrive as a 2018 model and hide a BMW-sourced, turbocharged inline-six under the hood, not a hybrid.
Filed under: Green, Honda, Japan, ConvertibleHonda has revealed the production-spec S660 roadster, a spitting image of the concept revealed 16 months ago, ready to pick up the Beat's mantle and hit showrooms...
Filed under: Government/Legal, Green, Tesla, Car Buying, Car Dealers, ElectricThe Georgia Senate approves Tesla's direct-sales model, but at a maximum of five stores in the state.
Filed under: Green, Plants/Manufacturing, Toyota, Fuel Efficiency, Hatchback, HybridToyota's integrated design, development, and build processes under the Toyota New Global Architecture banner could bestow the 2016 Prius with 58 mpg combined.
Filed under: Government/Legal, Green, Transportation Alternatives, EuropeUber offices in Holland are raided twice in a week when the ridesharing company ignores a Dutch judge's order to shut down its UberPOP service.
Filed under: Celebrities, Etc., Green, GM, TeslaFortune's new World's Greatest Leaders list includes a few automotive bosses.
Filed under: Green, Fuel Efficiency, United StatesUS percentage of GDP spent on gas has plunged since the 1970s as driving mileage has fallen.
Filed under: Green, Plants/Manufacturing, BMW, Germany, ElectricBMW will double production of the i8 plug-in hybrid because of high demand.
Filed under: Design/Style, Green, Emissions, Fuel Efficiency, United States, Emerging Technologies, Technology, Truck, Commercial VehiclesThe Daimler entry into the Department of Energy Supertruck program beats the original goals by 115 percent.
Filed under: Green, Marketing/Advertising, TV/Movies, Chevrolet, Hatchback, HybridThe 2016 Chevrolet Volt and the EN-V concept car will make an appearance in the Disney movie 'Tomorrowland' starring George Clooney, opening on May 22.
Filed under: Celebrities, Green, Videos, Tesla, Volkswagen, Alternative Fuels, Biodiesel, Electric, HybridA video shows Tesla Model S charging speed with various chargers.
Filed under: Government/Legal, Green, Emissions, DieselAn Illinois state representative proposes a $5,000 fine for any drivers who tamper with the EPA-mandated emissions equipment on their diesel-engined vehicles so they can do what's called "Rolling Coal." Continue reading Illinois bill would make 'rolling coal' illegal Illinois bill would make 'rolling coal' illegal originally appeared on Autoblog on Fri, 27 Mar 2015 16:31:00 EST.
Filed under: Design/Style, Green, Misc. Automakers, Motorcycle, Bikes, Concept Cars, FutureYamaha's 03Gen-f and 03Gen-x are two takes on the future of three-wheeled scooter design, one staying on the road and one venturing off.
Filed under: Green, Nissan, Japan, ElectricNissan will start car-sharing pilot program with two-seat electric vehicles in Yokohama, Japan.
Filed under: Green, Plants/Manufacturing, Toyota, Japan, HybridToyota is boosting production of hybrids in Japan by 30 percent compared to 2014 levels, and the company wants half of its sales there to be electrically assisted models as soon as next year.