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UberTaxi now operating in Seoul using licensed cab drivers

Filed under: Government/Legal In countries across the globe, ride-hiring app Uber has faced criticism from taxi drivers, who claim the service is unfair, citing the way its (unregistered) drivers can be hired, eliminating the need to stand on a corner hailing.

Recharge Wrap-up: onshore wind energy is cheapest, Tesla Model S teardown videos

Filed under: Etc., Ethanol, EV/Plug-in, Transportation Alternatives, Tesla Motors Renault's sustainability mobility website is celebrating its fifth anniversary.

Toyota sells off Tesla shares, too

Filed under: BMW, Toyota, Tesla The incredible rise of Tesla's stock price has done little to now stop two major shareholders from ditching their stake in the American EV manufacturer.

The Price Is Right plays One Away with Tesla Model S

Filed under: Performance, Videos, Hatchback, Tesla, Electric, Luxury, TV/Movies When it comes to game shows, The Price Is Right is about as mainstream as American TV gets, beaming lust for fancy new prizes into millions of homes every day.

Aging Prius, dropping gas prices putting hurt on hybrid, EV sales

Filed under: Car Buying, Hybrid, Toyota, Electric "As Prius represents by far the biggest chunk of the hybrid marketplace, where Prius goes, the segment goes," - Ed Kim, Autopacific Fuel prices in the US have been tumbling for the last several weeks, with the average price of a gallon of gas at $3.120 as of October 20, according to the US Energy Information Administration.

Porsche rules out Macan, 911 hybrids

Filed under: Hybrid, Performance, Porsche Believe it or not, between the 918 Spyder, the Cayenne and the Panamera, Porsche offers more plug-in hybrid models than any other brand.

2015 Subaru XV Crosstrek gets more infotainment, safety tech

Filed under: Hybrid, Hatchback, Subaru, Off-Road A couple of months ago, Subaru rolled out a series of minor enhancements for the Impreza, and now it's performed a similar upgrade to its more rugged counterpart, the XV Crosstrek.

Official: Elio Motors $185-million request advances under DOE's restarted ATVM loan program

Filed under: Emerging Technologies, MPG, Legislation and Policy Controversial, helpful and finally put on hiatus, the Advanced Technology Vehicles Manufacturing (ATVM) loan program from the Department of Energy (DOE) has had a tremendous impact on the current flock of plug-in vehicles.

Honda execs take 'quality-related' pay cut after Fit Hybrid's 5th recall

Filed under: Hybrid, Japan, Recalls, Technology, Hatchback, Honda, Earnings/Financials Generally, the best policy in life is to admit when you're wrong and just accept the consequences.

Recharge Wrap-up: Carmakers exceed CAFE standard, EVSR sets two electric lap records

Filed under: Ethanol, EV/Plug-in, MPG, Legislation and Policy, Racing, Videos New cars have outpaced the Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standards for the 2012-2014 model years, according to a new report from the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute.

Official: Car2go brings incentives to charging in San Diego

Filed under: EV/Plug-in, Transportation Alternatives, SMART Plugging in a vehicle to get power makes sense when that vehicle is owned by one person or family and - like most of the cars on the planet - sits still for most of the day.

2015 VW e-Golf scores 116 MPGe, 83 miles of range from EPA

Filed under: Volkswagen, Electric The e-Golf has official EPA ratings of 126 MPGe (city) and 105 (hwy).

Official: Toyota JV will sell Leahead EVs in China next year

Filed under: EV/Plug-in, Toyota, China You may have read that Toyota is about to establish a new electric vehicle sub-brand in China called Leahead that will focus on "cheap electric cars aimed at young and hip car buyers in China." This isn't 100 percent true, but the Japanese automaker is revving its electric motors for EVs in China, in a fashion.

Insurance company's numbers show EVs cheaper to insure, run

Filed under: Etc., EV/Plug-in Coverhound Insurance has sold around 20,000 auto policies, and that's been enough for the online comparison-shopping site to notice an EV-friendly trend: electric vehicles are cheaper to insure.

Why China is more eager for self-driving cars than the West

Filed under: Safety, Technology Nielsen statistics show Chinese consumers are more interested in autonomous technology than the US and Germany.

Insurance company's numbers show EVs cheaper to insure, run

Filed under: Etc., EV/Plug-in Coverhound Insurance has sold around 20,000 auto policies, and that's been enough for the online comparison-shopping site to notice an EV-friendly trend: electric vehicles are cheaper to insure.

Report: Former Fisker CEO has some advice for Tesla Motors

Filed under: EV/Plug-in, Tesla Motors Former Fisker Automotive CEO and ex-Chevrolet Volt vehicle-line director Tony Posawatz has some words of caution for Tesla Motors.

Recharge Wrap-up: Mercedes-Benz B-Class Electric Drive goes on sale in Europe, Spain gets Nissan Leaf taxis

Filed under: EV/Plug-in, Hydrogen, Hyundai, Mercedes Benz, Nissan, Racing The new Mercedes-Benz B-Class Electric Drive goes on sale in Europe on November 3, with deliveries starting before the end of the year.

BMW i8 with 500+ horsepower in the cards?

Filed under: Coupe, Hybrid, Performance, BMW While BMW makes plenty of machinery to keep enthusiasts interested, its most enticing models are often based on more ordinary ones.

Tesla about to sell 50,000th Model S

Filed under: EV/Plug-in, Nissan, Tesla Motors Nissan sold its 50,000th Leaf a total of two years and two months after introducing the EV to dealerships.