Last year we told you about ZBoard, a wonder of an electric skateboard that can hit 17 miles per hour and reportedly gets the carbon footprint equivalent of up to 1500 miles/gallon.
Who says that electric transportation needs to be slow?
The bicycle industry’s epically huge, fluorescently lit, yearly hype-fest is an assault on the senses.
Tesla Motors may be wildly overvalued, but all the public adulation and attention is forcing bigger manufacturers to play catch-up. Daniel Gross on how cachet has a way of developing into a real business.
Speaking to the Associated Press at the 2013 Frankfurt Auto Show, he said the car industry is carefully watching China to see how it decides to reduce emissions.
Electric cars are still such a novelty that little is known about their owners and how they use the vehicles. But recent research is beginning to unlock some of the mysteries.
I’m not sure what it is that makes us love stuff we’ll never be able to afford, but drooling over supercars (which I’d probably be too nervous to enjoy were I ever given the chance to drive) is an enjoyable pastime. McLaren recently debuted one that
Dainese was the first major motorcycle suit maker to bring airbag-equipped technology to the masses, and later this year it’s raising the bar — both figuratively and literally.
Theoretically, your car could capture and store carbon dioxide for later disposal, making it zero climate emission even without batteries. But are you willing to pay extra for that? A new survey supports the idea.
For 45 years I was all about the Great American Dream. A 100 mile per day [round-trip] commute to a six figure pressure cooker job supported an upper middle class lifestyle.
In a bid to overpower Google in the auto-piloted electric car race, Tesla Motors has begun designing and building cars that don't require any human drivers to get behind the wheel.
Enjoy our special cartoon video on the 'birth' of the new Spark-Renault SRT_01E Formula E car which was first shown during the car unveiling at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
Formula One race cars will take to the track this week in Singapore, where they'll reach blistering speeds above 200 mph, some of them with the aid of electric drive technology.
Engineers declared success on Tuesday as the Costa Concordia cruise ship was pulled completely upright during an unprecedented, 19-hour operation to wrench it from its side where it capsized last year off Tuscany. The remarkable project now allows fo
Hybrids are slow? Tell that to Porsche. The crew from Stuttgart just set a production-car lap record at the Nürburgring, clocking a patently insane 6:57.
Want to buy a Model S from the dealer? If you're in Texas, you're out of luck. Here's why.
Kia has publicly unveiled the Niro compact crossover concept at IAA in Frankfurt.
There are plenty of ways to move cargo around the planet, but none is perfect.
What has two doors, four-wheel drive, and more torque than a Caterpillar Earthmover?
You hate flats, loathe checking tire pressure, and constantly run your rubber to its breaking point, but despite all those gripes, the lowly tire hasn’t evolved much over the last hundred years.
The world's largest solar-powered boat has docked on the banks of the Seine River, its final port of call after a three-month voyage across the Atlantic Ocean to study how the Gulf Stream and climate change could influence each other.
Looking like a swanky new Star Trek shuttle design, this little pod is actually a camping trailer. But that doesn't mean that it's not from the future. Called the Caravisio, this trailer is the result of designer Knaus Tabbert's reimagining of the tr
100% electrics were up 457.48% in August 2013 compared to August 2012. And they were up 515.51% January through August 2013 compared to January through August 2012. PHEVs are also up considerably, as are conventional hybrids.
Part bike, part motorcycle, the Greyp G12 is the electric moped for the 21st century, and just to up the futuristic theme even further, it starts with a fingerprint scan.
Your government wants to have power and control over you. There's no conspiracy.
Smartphones are too often a colossal distraction to motorists, but Honda sees a way of using them to protect pedestrians from inattentive drivers.
All cars could be fitted with devices that stop them going over 70mph, under new EU road safety measures which aim to cut deaths from road accidents by a third.
The Swedish carmaker gets away from boxy with a very slick two-door plug-in hybrid showstopper that evokes the 1960s and 1970s. Our car blogger is drooling.
Here's the video. There's an intro about something else, but it soon becomes about Musk's take on the competition:
Emissions from electric cars are already low. As the grid gets greener, that will only improve.