Over the last 15 years, since Ford rolled out its first regenerative braking-fitted car, the American automaker estimates it has saved customers over 100-million gallons in gas, which could power a car around the globe over 100,000 times.
If the reports are true, General Motors is testing long-range EVs capable of going 300 miles on a single charge, powered by new batteries from battery maker Envia. While we're not sold on the theory, it
An investigation of Fisker's financial records shows that the green car startup's plans for the luxury Karma sedan were overly ambitious.
Is a lack of infrastructure causing Hyundai to rethink its commitment to fuel cell vehicles in the US?
Hyundai continues to maintain that it is committed to fuel cell vehicles in Korea. But it appears that the automaker might be coming to grips with a different reality in the U.S. due to the limited infrastructure.
The Cadillac ELR will soon be released to the buying public and it represents another leap forward for the recently reinvigorated American luxury brand.
The original Audi Sport Quattro hit the roads in 1984. Although Audi showed a Quattro concept in 2010, we had hoped the German brand would round up a new version a bit sooner.
Audi has announced that pricing for its new high-performance SQ5 will start at $51,900, more than $8,000 over the standard 3.0-liter V6. But will the additional 82 horses be worth the extra cash?
After rumors circulated about Volvo’s potential return to Australian V8 Supercar, the Swedish automaker has made it official with a new video highlighting its long history in Australian motorsport.
Ford's use of high-tech robots for extreme road testing could prove to give the carmaker even more clout when it comes to "Built Ford Tough." But plans for the future use of the technology might surprise you even more.
Diesel-powered cars aren’t afforded much respect stateside, a fact slowly changing thanks to specimens like Mercedes’s tech and torque-rich GL350 Bluetech.
A new motorcycle helmet developed by a start-up company in Moscow could completely change the experience for bikers on the road. However, it might be the company's use of augmented reality technology that's most intriguing.
A few times each year, car companies predict the future. At auto shows worldwide, concept cars wow audiences with radical styling and tech that would make Gene Roddenberry smile, but what happens when tomorrow’s high tech ride becomes yesterday’s fantasy?…
It’s an all-Italian battle (sans the copious hair gel, flailing arm gestures, and severed horseheads) as we take a look at both the devilishly fun Fiat 500 and its electro-powered cousin, the 500e.
Audi pricing for 2014 includes four new TDI models, including the A6, A7, A8 and Q5. But those fuel-efficiency savings come at a price – most models are $2,400 more than their gasoline-powered cousins.
With Car-to-X, Mercedes-Benz vehicles will be able to "talk" to each other and share information on road conditions.
Although the Nissan Le Mans teaser video is a bit cheesy, we’re still intrigued. The all-electric racecar is set to debut next week and race in the 2014 24 Hours of Le Mans. And the new EV tech it's to premier could make it into a Nissan EV sports car in a…
Although Mercedes-Benz hasn’t officially announced it, the S63 AMG appears to be already in production. Figures aren’t yet known but it’s likely to have a 550-horsepower twin-turbo V8 under the hood and all-wheel drive.
The 2014 Cadillac CTS will start at $46,025, with a loaded Vsport model going for $59,995.
Charging an electric vehicle isn't what we'd call a strenuous activity, but Germany-based Bosch still wants to lighten our loads (and bank accounts) with its new wireless charging system.
The American Automobile Association's researchers say that, whether it's hands-on or hands-free, in-car tech is a major distraction.
Toyota topped the Global Green Brands list for the third year in a row led by the popularity of the Pruis. But Nissan was the top riser on the list shooting up 16 places to number 7.
Looking for a way to quickly identify drivers that aren't playing by the rules, a company in South Carolina is proposing an electronic license plate that can be controlled by the DMV.
Built in the Modena, Italy Maserati assembly plant, the all-new Alfa Romeo 4C is being called a “compact supercar.” Alfa Romeo designers used lightweight aluminum and carbon fiber to ensure vehicle lightness and rigidity.
The Tuatara's 7.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 looks impressive on paper, but can it power this American supercar to world record speeds?
Tym Switzer and John Shepherd went down to their local drags trip to test out Shepherd’s newly upgraded GT-R and wound up setting a new quarter-mile record in the highly-tuned Japanese sports car.
Corning says Gorilla Glass' light weight and scratch resistance could make it the automotive glass of the future.
The F-type is Jaguar's first true sports car in 52 years. The last was the E-Type launched in 1961. Although some accuse the F-Type of being too heavy for a sports car, I think it's nears perfection.
Originally unveiled at the Shanghai Auto Show, the sharp bodyline of the Mercedes-Benz GLA quickly captured our attention. Now, we’ve learned, however, that the production GLA has been toned-down a bit.
The BMW i3 will be like no other car on the road, but will curiosity over a newfangled EV translate into sales?