Monster truck shows are never about clean green transportation with no tailpipe emissions, right? Electric vehicles can only be slow boring ugly golf carts, right? Wrong, on both counts.
One of the few cars that can truly be called "neo-classic," the new Beetle debuted just over a decade ago as a fresh take on the former worldwide phenomenon that was the Beetle.
Most people in the US might have heard of the eccentric English car company Bristol. Bristol cars have always been low-volumes and the last to date was the 2004 Fighter.
Steve McQueen wasn’t allowed to own a Shelby Cobra because studio contracts prohibited the highest-paid movie star from owning one of the high-performance roadsters.
Fans of the new 2013 Scion FR-S will be thrilled with what Toyota has done to the rear-drive sport coupe.
The production-ready McLaren P1 has not only been confirmed for debut at the International Motor Show in Geneva on March 5th, but the exotic car maker has released short video showcasing the "Race"
An analysis by Shrink That Footprint states the carbon emissions of grid-powered electric cars, where coal based generation is used, show little difference than the average petrol vehicles
The big question surrounding Tesla Motors is whether the company will survive or crash and burn.
Ford and PlugShare is teaming up to provide drivers of Ford-manufactured plug-in cars with electric car charging station locations.
Toyota revealed the redesigned 2014 Tundra pickup truck today at the Chicago Auto Show (CAS).
The Dodge Challenger SRT8 and Chrysler 300C SRT8 join the Dodge Charger SRT8 to create one of the most powerful brand lineups available in the United States but for many people, the high price of t
The 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible will debut on March 5th, 1st unit to be auctioned for cancer charity
We learned early last week that the 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible would most likely debut at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show but with today’s start of the Chicago Auto Show – GM has confi
When it comes to diesel, the US has had mix emotions. While a certain generation remembers the clattery, smoky and loud diesels of the 1970s, a newer one will have had a different experience.
AeroVironment’s Electric Vehicle Dealer Program (EVDP) will help dealers package the best home charger for its electric vehicle buyers, but the program goes further.