Renault will bring its Formula One racing and EV building experience to Formula E, a zero-emission alternative to F1.
Tesla Motors sells its cars directly to customers, and North Carolina is the latest of many states to take issue with that.
Starring a number of popular Swedish DJs, Volvo’s world premiere scheduled for tomorrow has sparked more than a few ideas of what the Swedish carmaker might have up its sleeve. But will it live up to hype?
With production moved stateside and a healthy drop in price, Nissan - makers of the zippy Leaf EV - announced it has sold a record 25,000 units in the U.S.
Following last year’s successful Zagato Coupe, BMW and Pininfarina once again join forces to create the Gran Lusso Coupe, which looks pretty disappointing. At least it’s got a V12 under the hood.
Mitsubishi to race i-MiEV Evolution II at 2013 Pikes Peak powered by high-density lithium-ion batteries *UPDATED*
Powered by new high-density lithium-ion batteries, the new Mitsubishi Pikes Peak racer should be faster than ever. Perhaps more imporantantly, the Japanese automaker plans to include the new battery technology in the all-new 2015 i-MiEV electric car.
Porsche is giving its plug-in hybrid 918 Spyder a power boost, which should make it even more of a threat to the hybrid supercars from Ferrari and McLaren.
The Cadillac XTS was never meant to be a performance car, but who doesn't want more power?
With news that Fiat is considering relocating its headquarters to the U.S. comes some questions of what if any impact the move will have on Chrysler cars in the future.
A more modular battery pack would allow Tesla to quickly change dead batteries for live ones, and easily replace defective packs.
BYD stands for "Build Your Dreams," which is fitting enough. Its plans to sell electric taxis and buses in the United States are pretty far out.
An M5 drifted the equivalent of 51.278 miles around a circular skidpad at BMW's Performance Center in South Carolina.
A Lamborghini Aventador will guide planes to their gates at the Bologna Airport as part of the company's 50th anniversary celebration.
Modern hybrids in the near future will give way to “micro-hybrids,” which will operate on less power and offer higher fuel economy. We’re eager to know more but for now the new hybrid breed is a pipedream.