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The revamped Porsche 919 Hybrid rolled out of hibernation this week, and not far behind is Toyota’s own Le Mans competitor, the TS040 Hybrid.
Originally posted on CleanTechnica Though it may have been a late entrant to the electric car market, Kia came out swinging with the well-recieved Soul EV.
Chances are if you’re a regular reader of these pages, you’re a fan of the Tesla Model S. It’s also highly likely you want, but can’t actually afford, one of the cutting-edge electric sedans, given its $70,000 starting price.
Originally published on EVObsession With a state rebate of up to $5,000 for the purchase of a plug-in car, Georgia has become something of a hotbed for EV sales, including the Tesla Model S.
In a little more than three months, the 24 Hours of Le Mans will return to the Circuit de la Sarthe as automakers compete for one of motorsport’s most coveted accomplishments.
The marriage between Toyota and BMW will produce twins, AutoCar has learned.
The world of computers and automobiles is converging and BMW is responding with what it calls “Pop Up Stores” in selected urban malls, reports Automotive News.
Next week the world’s biggest automakers will descend on the Big Apple for the New York International Auto Show (NYIAS).
Next year BMW will celebrate its 100th birthday, and rumor has it a hybrid supercar based on the i8 is probably in the works.
The Chevrolet Malibu has long been a cornerstone of the Chevrolet fleet, and you can find a Malibu in just about every strip mall and rental car lot.
General Motors has signed a long term agreement with Enel Green Power, which is developing and constructing a massive wind farm in Palo Alto, Mexico near GM’s Toluca manufacturing complex.
Originally posted on CleanTechnica Make no mistake about it, as cool as the Honda Fit EV is, it was clearly designed as a compliance car, a placeholder for when Honda’s first production hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicle (FCV) comes to market.
What is the future of EV battery technology? That’s a question many automakers find themselves asking, and as Volkswagen finds itself vying for position of the world’s largest automaker, it’s an increasingly important question to answer.
In the wake of the Iranian revolution, a second oil crisis gripped the western world, and with the first production hybrid car still two decades away, automakers rushed to come to terms with high gas prices.
This summer the Tesla Model X is set to debut, though nobody is completely sure exactly what it will look like yet.
Originally posted on CleanTechnica One of the “boogeymen” that anti-EV idiots like to mention is the high cost of replacing a broken battery.
Recently there was a lot of hullabaloo about Tesla worrying that owners who modify the Model S might do it in a way that causes damage or injury, reflecting poorly on the fledgling automaker.
Mitsubishi executives recently made it clear that the Japanese automaker was striking out in a different direction, ditching sedans and sports cars for SUVs and plug-in vehicles.
Since the beginning of Obama’s first term as President, the former Illinois senator has been pushing for more alternative fuel and plug-in cars.
Faced with a pollution crisis of epic proportions, the mayor of Paris announced on Saturday that starting today, March 23, the number of cars allowed to drive in the City of Lights will be cut in half.