An hour or so ago I tore into Chrysler for being the luddite of the developing green technology in vehicles market.
Engineers for decades have dreamed of transit systems that can go faster than ordinary MagLev and approach speeds of many hundreds of miles per hour, like Elon Musk has proposed with this forthcoming Hyperloop proposal. So why don't we have them yet?
The development and testing of small scale electric vehicles for use in varied settings seems to be in full swing in Japan at the moment, courtesy of automakers Honda and Nissan.
Green Car Reports recently stumbled across an interesting fact — 100% electric vehicles (led by the Nissan Leaf and Tesla Model S) have actually outsold plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) in the first half of 2013 in the US.
Andretti Autosport has agreed to enter the Formula E World Championship, an electric car racing series that will begin in September 2014.
Electric scooters, with their small physical footprint and non-gas powered drivetrain, are pretty good for the planet right?
Affecting the 2013 Ford C-MAX Hybrid, Ford Fusion Hybrid, and Lincoln MKZ Hybrid
China is already home to the world’s longest high-speed rail line and some of its fastest bullet trains, and the government is pouring billions of yuan into building new capacity.
Solar panels are great, but they can be a bit... well, bland sometimes. We can't argue with their benefits, but unless you've a keen eye for photography, they aren't really works of art.
A beautifully practical solar sculpture
Autonomous cars will be tested on UK roads before the end of the year, according to a government policy paper published on Tuesday.
Americans were shocked -- shocked, I tell you!
Chrysler will start selling a completely new midsize car during the first quarter of next year, company executives confirmed on Tuesday.
Since BMW began the slow debut of its battery-powered car more than two years ago, the engineers from Bavaria promised that the i3 would be as fun to drive as a conventional BMW.
Nissan Motor Co. 7201.TO +1.83% has halted temporarily development of the first electric car for the Japanese auto maker's Infiniti luxury brand, a bet that more advanced and cheaper technology soon will be available, company executives said.
Tesla Motors is pushing the limits of charging technology to make electric vehicles as practical as gas-powered cars.
Israeli entrepreneurs have a great product, but they're stumbling trying to get it off the ground. What's the price again? $20. $95? $290?
Ford is the latest automaker to drop prices on its electric cars, slicing $4,000 off the 2014 Focus EV. The move will undoubtedly succeed in getting more drivers to take a second look at the car. But how long can Ford—and other automakers slashing EV
Elon Musk wants to revolutionize transportation. Again. The serial entrepreneur envisions a future where mag-lev trains in enormous pneumatic tubes whisk us from Los Angeles to New York in 45 minutes. Need to be in Beijing tomorrow? No problem. It’s
KERS stands for kinetic energy recovery system, and if you’re a fan of Formula 1 or LeMans series racing you know all about it.
North of the border Mexico's infrastructure has a reputation as dilapidated and dangerous. But the country's efficient and comfortable bus system tells a different story, as Lourdes Medrano explains.
The new F-Type is the most gorgeous thing to come out of the Jaguar design studio in a decade. So how could you possibly improve it? Rip out the heavy convertible top, make it a single-seater speedster, and wrap the whole thing in acres of carbon....
Ford is the latest automaker to drop prices on its electric cars, slicing $4,000 off the 2014 Focus EV.
Commuting into the city can be a pain. Traffic jams are inevitable and maddening. Commuter rail is fine, but nobody really wants to leave their car in a vacant lot all day. Walking is fine, too — if you're Forrest Gump.
Aston University students entered their cardboard and plywood hydrogen-powered racecar in the Shell Eco-Design competition and won.
Once upon a time, only the priciest sports cars and luxury sedans came equipped with a Head Up Display (HUD).
Ford Freeform Fabrication Technology (F3T) is revolutionizing car manufacturing. It's a 3D printer that can build a design from a CAD file fast — we're talking hours rather than weeks here.
The New York Times ran an article this weekend by Nick Bilton discussing how driverless cars will shape the future in as little as ten years.
UC Berkeley visiting scholar Ozzie Zehner published an article Sunday arguing that electric vehicles are not as environmentally friendly as often believed.
The Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells (PEMFC) are certainly promising as energy efficient devices to run vehicles in a less polluted way.