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More details emerge on hotter BMW i8S coming next year

Filed under: Coupe, Hybrid, Performance, BMW, Luxury The BMW i8 recently won the Autoblog Technology of the Year award, and it's going to get even better.

Featured: Happy Thanksgiving! Autoblog is thankful for... [w/videos]

Filed under: Etc. The inimitable David E. Davis, Jr., once described himself as "...the luckiest guy in the world; a car enthusiast and I live in car-enthusiast heaven." I think about that line a lot, but it seems ever-more poignant around this time of year, when families are gathered, stories are told and words of thanks are offered up more readily than on your average Thursday.

Report: Tesla will fix 1,100 Model S motors in Norway

Filed under: Ethanol, Tesla Motors, Europe/EU As far as we know, Tesla didn't build all of the Model S sedans it has sold in Norway at once, but it is just those vehicles that have been found defective and will soon be fixed.

Audi following Tesla with 280-mile EV family car

Filed under: Technology, Audi, Electric The press days are finished at the LA Auto Show, but things said there are still making news.

Tesla in talks with BMW about batteries, charging collaborations

Filed under: Europe, BMW, Tesla, Electric, Technology With Toyota and Daimler no longer holding Tesla shares, the electric vehicle company might be looking for a new partner - possibly a Bavarian one.

Official: Renault-Nissan has sold 200,000 EVs, claims 58 percent global share

Filed under: EV/Plug-in, Nissan, Renault The all-electric Renault Zoe sold 10,000 units during its first year on sale and the French automaker has sold a total of about 51,500 EVs since starting sales of its four-vehicle EV lineup in 2011.

Translogic 164: Driving the fuel cell vehicles of the 2014 LA Auto Show

Filed under: LA Auto Show, Videos, Audi, Toyota, Volkswagen, Electric, Translogic, Technology The LA Auto Show is known for its environmentally friendly vehicle debuts.

Report: EPA: 2014 renewable fuel standards 'significantly delayed'

Filed under: Biodiesel, Ethanol, Legislation and Policy, United States The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is not going to decide just yet how much biofuel to add to the national fuel supply in the future.

Recharge Wrap-up: Porsche adds third 919 Hybrid for Le Mans, Audi to heat factory with geothermal

Filed under: Ethanol, Hybrid, Manufacturing/Plants, Audi, BMW, Porsche, Legislation and Policy, Racing Porsche will be running a third 919 Hybrid LMP1 car in the 2015 24 Hours of Le Mans endurance race.

Autoblog Podcast #407

Filed under: Podcasts, Acura, Audi, BMW, Dodge, Toyota Episode #407 of the Autoblog Podcast is here, and this week, Dan Roth, Steven Ewing, and Sebastian Blanco talk about the Michelin Challenge Bibendum, the Toyota Mirai, and the BMW 3 Series falling off the Car and Driver 10Best list.

Mitsubishi Mirage sedan confirmed for US

Filed under: Budget, Sedan, Mitsubishi The Mitsubishi Mirage easily takes the cake as the worst new car I've driven in the last year.

Saleen says it's out of money, owes millions

Filed under: Aftermarket, Performance, Earnings/Financials Saleen Automotive is best known for building hot numbers including countless tuned Ford Mustang muscle cars, and more recently, for offering a custom version of the Tesla Model S.

Eco-Motive gets patent for CNG-gas hybrid H-Motor

Filed under: MPG, Natural Gas If you've ever wanted a powerplant that looks more like a greeble from a Star Wars spaceship than a block engine, Eco-Motive has your answer.

2016 Smart Forfour

Filed under: Budget, Europe, Hatchback, Smart, Quick Spins The Fortwo always has been - and always will be - the prototypical Smart car.

Recharge Wrap-up: Saleen renames its Tesla, Nissan announces "No Charge To Charge" in Atlanta

Filed under: EV/Plug-in, Transportation Alternatives, Nissan, Tesla Motors, Daimler Saleen has renamed its Tesla Model S the Saleen ST and has added a version the P85D to its modified lineup.

Rumormill: Is Tesla under investigation from the SEC?

Filed under: EV/Plug-in, Tesla Motors, Legislation and Policy Let's call this one unsubstantiated at best.

Recharge Wrap-up: Atlanta Falcons electrify with ChargePoint, LiquidPiston unveils X Mini engine

Filed under: EV/Plug-in, Hybrid, Lightweight ChargePoint is partnering with the Atlanta Falcons to provide more EV charging stations at the team's facilities.

Official: Car2go turns your smartphone into carsharing key with Mobile Access

Filed under: Transportation Alternatives, SMART For all the smarts in the Smart cars used in Car2go, the cars haven't been smart enough to talk to users' smart phones.

Report: How Tesla is getting around Michigan's 'no sales' law

Filed under: EV/Plug-in, Tesla Motors, Legislation and Policy A fully-charged Tesla Model S can get from Detroit to Toronto if the driver doesn't have a lead foot.

Official: Audi boosts A3 Sportback e-tron plug-in hybrid production to 50 a day

Filed under: EV/Plug-in, Manufacturing/Plants, Audi Should we try to translate "Damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead" into German?