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2018 Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid pumps out 680 horsepower

Filed under: Green,Geneva Motor Show,Porsche,Sedan,Hybrid,Performance The most potent Panamera ever. Continue reading 2018 Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid pumps out 680 horsepower 2018 Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid pumps out 680 horsepower originally appeared on Autoblog on Thu, 23 Feb 2017 18:01:00 EST.

BMW recalls 19,000 i3 REx models for possible fuel vapor leak

Filed under: Green,Recalls,BMW,Safety,Electric The fuel tank vent line for the range extender can chafe and leak.

Tesla to announce four more Gigafactory plants by end of year

Filed under: Green,Plants/Manufacturing,Tesla,Electric Tesla is planning to convert the old Solar City plant in New York to Gigafactory 2 and will add three more plants worldwide.

Tesla expects Model 3 production to start in July

Filed under: Earnings/Financials,Green,Tesla,Green Automakers,Electric The automaker released its earnings report today.

UPS tests delivery drones, with modest success

Filed under: Etc.,Green,Emerging Technologies,Technology Drones could make UPS more efficient, once they're ready.

Toyota and Shell team up to build hydrogen fueling stations

Filed under: Green,Toyota,Alternative Fuels,Green Automakers,Hydrogen The partnership boosts future prospects for both companies as BEV threat looms.

How the Ford EcoSport's rear shelf weighs just 6 pounds but can support 700

Filed under: Green,Videos,Ford,United States,SUV It's strong, eco-friendly, and keeps delicate eggs safe.

Head of the class | 2017 Hyundai Ioniq Electric First Drive

Filed under: Green,Hyundai,First Drives,Technology,Hatchback,Sedan,Electric There's a new value leader in the EV world.

Electric GT details its Tesla P100D racer specs, sets 'provisional' schedule

Filed under: Green,Motorsports,Videos,Tesla,Electric,Racing See the 'P100DL' go racing at Silverstone in August.

Buy a new NSX and you can put the badges on as it rolls of the line in Ohio

Filed under: Green,Plants/Manufacturing,Acura,United States,Coupe,Hybrid,Supercars Packages start at $2,700.

Keep it simple, stupid | 2017 Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid and Plug-In First Drive

Filed under: Green,Hyundai,First Drives,Hatchback,Sedan,Hybrid Prius, watch your back, because the Ioniq is gunning for you.

Mercedes-Benz is letting 20 customer driver an electric semi truck for a year

Filed under: Green,Mercedes-Benz,Green Automakers,Commercial Vehicles,Electric Beta testing is commencing, with full scale production to be reached by 2020.

Self-driving car race finishes with a crash

Filed under: Green,Motorsports,Technology,Autonomous,Racing Of course, one benefit of autonomous racing is that there are no human drivers to harm.

Ford denies its engineers are dozing off in autonomous cars

Filed under: Green,Ford,Autonomous Ford says it wants 'Level 4' autonomous for its self-driving cars by 2021, but denies that engineers have been falling asleep behind the wheel during testing.

Tesla owners now have an even more obsessive companion app

Filed under: Green,Tesla,Green Automakers,Smartphone,Technology,Electric Teslab connects your smartphone to your Tesla Model S or Model X to build a complete picture of your overall driving efficiency.

Aston Martin's CEO says that autonomous cars are only a matter of time

Filed under: Green,Aston Martin,Emerging Technologies,Autonomous,Electric,Future However, they're still well into the future for Aston.

GM, Toyota, and Lyft want standardized autonomous vehicle regulations across America

Filed under: Government/Legal,Green,United States,Autonomous GM, Toyota, Lyft, and Volvo are among entities decrying what they say is a patchwork of state-by-state regulations governing how to legally test and deploy autonomous vehicles.

Here's the BMW i8 Spyder without its roof

Filed under: Green,Spy Photos,BMW,Convertible,Future,Hybrid Not much camo means the convertible hybrid sports car will be here soon.

Tesla will pay for repairs after owner uses his Model S to save another driver's life

Filed under: Etc.,Green,Tesla,Green Automakers,Auto Repair,Driving,Safety,Germany,Sedan,Electric,Luxury The damage runs about $10,000.

GM's European Opel division may eventually go all-electric

Filed under: Green,Chevrolet,GM,Opel,Vauxhall,Europe,Germany,Electric Opel cites the challenges of furthering both electric and conventional drivetrain technology as a reason to go all-electric.