The Dongfeng Nissan Venucia e30 electric car looks pretty much like a Chinese knockoff of the Nissan LEAF. That’s because as far as we can tell, it is.
Charter Communications, the nation’s fourth-largest cable operator, has purchased more than 800 new full-size Ford Transit vans for its fleet.
Honda says wind turbines powering its transmission plant in Ohio, have proven themselves to be even more efficient at power-generation than first thought.
The Kia Soul EV is getting quite a bit of advertising in my area now, so it interested me to see the model priced from $33,700 before a $7,500 tax credit.
Elio Motors’ latest Tech Talk e-mail gave some insight into just how much thought is going into making the three-wheeled eponymous car a lightweight machine capable of reaching the company’s claimed 84 MPG highway fuel efficiency goal.
Start-stop technology works great for saving gas at long traffic lights. But now that we have the first generation of start-stop vehicles on the road, many of us are finding the belts that take the most abuse are the belts that spin the engine back up.
We’ve tested a 2013 Lexus GS 450h and found it to be a veritable hot rod among hybrids, with tuning seemingly focused more on outright performance than on maximum fuel economy. To further that hi-po hybrid strategy, the Lexus GS 450h is getting an F-SPORT model.
Renault-Nissan Alliance will supply 200 electric vehicles to French multinational telecom giant Orange by 2015 in a deal announced this week.
The new Mazda MX-5 is finally unveiled! It’s pretty, and it promises to bring Mazda’s SKYACTIV powertrain and chassis strategy to the brand’s halo car.
In addition to being made of aluminum, the 2015 Ford F-150 reportedly is the “most aerodynamically efficient F-150 ever,” according to Ford.
We told you some GM full-size trucks would get the GM Hydra-Matic 8L90 eight-speed automatic gearbox. So, too, does the 2015 Chevrolet Corvette.
A bidder at Gooding and Company’s Pebble Beach Auction got a one-of-a-kind BMW i8 Concours d’Elegance Edition for the princely sum of $825,000.