It was only a matter of time: Tesla issued its first recall this week over rear seat strike plate welds that may have been weakened by a faulty installation procedure.
The recent boost in sales incentives for electric vehicles could be another sign of the challenge automakers face to meet future U.S. emission standards, which could lead to even more trouble down the road.
Tesla's swappable battery pack could put an end to range anxiety, but first the California carmaker has to prove that it works.
Tired of trekking to the dealership in order to buy a new car, kids in tow? Well a new Seattle-based test drive service called Tred is looking to make that ordeal a lot easier.
Last we reported, the Moto-Electra team was preparing for a three-day motorcycle EV journey from Florida to Santa Monica. Just last week, the team completed the record-setting journey, albeit in 3.5 days.
Silex has some pretty cool energy projects on its website including a HyperCharger system that recharges 200kWh EVs in less than 10 minutes and a 640-horsepower luxury EV sedan called the Chreos.The catch is, neither exist.
Bosch has made us very happy today, as it has built the first-ever Aston Martin plug-in hybrid, which, coincidentally, is also the first all-wheel drive Aston. Powered by a V12 and two electric motors, the DB9 hybrid will go 0-62mph 20 percent faster than the…
A new Consumer News study reveals that nearly one–third of potential car buyers surveyed say they are likely to consider a diesel as their next vehicle. But is their perception of the advantages of the alternative powertrain off base?
A recent McLaren P1 customer wrongfully assumed that he could get the entire hypercar without paint, leaving it as bare carbon fiber – and for free.
Ford has announced that the MyTouch system featured in the new F-150 with more traditional buttons and knobs will be integrated into more vehicles. But will it be enough to please the critics of the carmaker’s infotainment system?
Powered by a 1.4-liter BMW inline four-cylinder, the PGO Cévennes combines the motoring prestige of the Porsche 356 with a touch of fanciful, if not foolish-looking, French design.
A new research initiative with Audi and MIT not only seeks to address some of the stress associated with driving, but it could also held drive some of the future design elements of Audi vehicles.
Lamborghini is prepping a replacement for its entry level supercar, with the same V10 engine and a lightweight carbon fiber body.
Mosler and Rossion aren't familiar names to most people, but the cars they build definitely deserve attention.
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.