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For some time now rumors of a more powerful version of the BMW i8 have been circulating about the blogosphere, and the latest report from Automobile only throws more fuel onto the flames.
Ford has taken its multiple award-winning 1.0 liter EcoBoost engine and stuffed it into a compact package called the Rip Rod, and I freakin’ love it The post Video: The Rip Rod Is A Real Life Hot Wheels Racer appeared first on Gas 2.
The Volkswagen Type 2 is considered by many to be the quintessential hippie vehicle, and the ones with the Westfalia camper conversions are amongst the most sought-after today.
Science fiction has done a pretty good job of predicting the future, but one invention my life would really benefit from is a hoverboard.
The enemy of efficiency and performance is one in the same; weight, and electric vehicles are struggling to balance heavy battery packs with the need for greater efficiency.
Between consumer tastes and government mandates, automakers have been scrambling to offer more fuel efficient vehicles.
Let’s make one thing; the anti-Tesla bill Michigan Governor Rick Snyder signed into law today only strengthens the language of an existing law banning direct automobile sales.
Video proof the LaFerrari hybrid hypercar can run in electric-only mode (YouTube) Though Ferrari executives claim the vaunted LaFerrari never runs on just electricity, this just-released video proves otherwise.
Green Car Journal has trotted out the list of finalists for its annual Green Car of the Year award, and as we’ve come to expect a whole list of alternative fuel drivetrains makes the cut.
The world might be spiraling towards record levels of wealth inequality, but depending on where you sit that might not be a bad thing.
Ford has remained stubbornly defiant in its insistence that the American market isn’t receptive to diesel engines, but Europe is another matter entirely.
With well over 20,000 reservations and counting, the Tesla Model X has built a lot of hype despite a non-existent effort on the part of Elon Musk to sell it.
This week in Houston at the 2014 American Public Transportation Expo, Chinese automaker BYD revealed the Lancaster eBus, which it claims is the world’s largest electric vehicle.
Two weeks ago Tesla announced that “every single Model S now rolling out of the factory includes a forward radar, 12 long-range ultrasonic sensors positioned to sense 16 feet around the car in every direction at all speeds, a forward-looking camera and a high-precision, digitally controlled electric assist braking system.” Tesla also introduced an all-wheel drive version of the Mode S which features two motors, one in the front and one in the rear, and up to 691 horsepower.
With over 35,000 reservations and a ton of Internet buzz despite almost zero marketing presence, Elio Motors says it is just one year out from building its first enclosed trike.
While Ford’s pair of plug-in hybrids, the Fusion Energi and C-Max Energi, have sold well-enough here in the U.S., the two PHEVs aren’t sold anywhere else…yet.
Getting any vehicle to hit 300 mph in less than 5 seconds during a quarter mile drag race does not happen without a lot of time, effort and planning.
In California Toyota is discontinuing its EV program in favor of hydrogen fuel cells, but in China Toyota is launching the Leahead brand devoted to cheap electric cars.
Since the 1970s the California Air Resource Board (or CARB) has regulated vehicular emissions in the Golden State, even requiring automakers to make a certain number of electric vehicles.
Green Car Congress reports that engineers at Munich Technical University (TUM) in Germany have developed a torque vectoring transmission that is optimized for use in electric vehicles.