Paul Elio reportedly has been trying to sweet-talk the Department of Energy into giving his company an Advanced Technology Vehicle Manufacturing loan.
Cabbies in NYC may now continue their challenge in court saying the city can’t require all future taxis to be based on the Nissan NV200 “Taxi of Tomorrow.”
I recently got an inside look at a one-of-a-kind Chrysler 300. Let’s just say my friend Josh Carter sweats all the details when it comes to customizing.
It gets technical, but Elio Motors is sharing details on the engine management system it hopes will give the three-wheeled car a balance of power and MPG.
Elio Motors is revealing more details on why it chose not to build clones of the Suzuki G10 engine that powered the Geo Metro — and Elio prototypes.
Ford said it will demonstrate technology that would allow PHEVs to quit charging during times of peak demand on the electrical grid — if their owners want.
Jaguar revealed details of two Ingenium diesel engines recently — one configuration offering 75 MPG while the other offers a stout 317 ft-lbs of torque.
A Honeywell study says 49 million vehicles will be equipped with turbochargers annually by 2019, with the largest growth in boosted cars coming in China.
Nissan is the highest-MPG full-line automaker — tops among those who build trucks and cars — but Mazda says it’s fuel economy is the best overall.
Nissan said it is the automaker with the highest average fuel economy in EPA’s most recent Trends Report, edging out Toyota by 1.1 MPG to take the top spot.
The Swedes are at it again: Reportedly, the new Volvo Drive-E concept powertrain pumps out 450 horsepower — from just two liters and four cylinders.
Generally, cars are capable of better fuel economy in warm weather. These tips can help maximize your fuel economy while we cling to the last warm days.