The Chevy Volt has easily met every crash safety test but the risk of fire was discovered after a Volt had been involved in a hard side-impact/rollover crash test and then left to sit for three wee
In December 2011, the Chevrolet Volt moved 1,529 units while celebrating the first full year of sales.
First lets look at the final sales numbers.
In a paper titled Automobiles on Steroids, published by Christopher Knittel in the American Economic Review, the researcher states that from 1980 to 2006, the average fuel efficien
In its 7th year, the EyesOn Design Awards honors the best production and concept cars making their North American or worldwide debut at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit
Yesterday we reported that Rep. Kelly proposed legislation to end the Bush era $7500 electric car tax credit, while being an unashamed hater of electric cars who owns a Chevrolet car dealership.
Obviously, it is an effort on the part of SiriusXM Radio to build their subscriber base, hoping those that get a good taste of the service will choose to keep it after the free trial expires, but n
There is good news and bad news with Toyota’s official statement today on the new Lexus LF-LC Hybrid Sport Coupe Concept.
What does this have to do with autos? Plenty. Proving scalability and extended usability, its future applications to the base technology include automotive mild hybrids.
First we learn the NS4 Hybrid Concept is the brainchild of Toyota’s Advanced Design Division.
The Baltimore Sun reports that the Baltimore Racing Development owes the city around $1.5 million in taxes.
Nissan first addressed the next generation of the popular SUV a few weeks ago with a shadowy image of the new Pathfinder from the side which showed very little shy of the windshield line and the to
Mark Phelan of USA TODAY and the Detroit Free Press compiled a list of five features to look for which we’ve expanded to six while adding the Torque News touch.