Six months ago Torque News reported on the promising new power control unit (PCU) technology Toyota has developed. The technology centers on the power semiconductor chips used in the PCU.
The BMW i8 that launched last year gets another global award and this time it receives recognition for its innovative technological developments.
BMW has begun production of the MY2015 i3 and the new models are expected to arrive at U.S. showrooms in February.
If you were watching the Today Show back in 1994, you saw Katie Couric and Bryant Gumbel talking about this new thing called the internet.
Around 17,800 customers have already taken delivery of the innovative BMW i3, and BMW wants to keep the momentum going in 2015.
The Chevrolet Volt hit the market back in 2010 and while it sold well during the first few years, sales numbers have slowly declined as fuel prices have dropped and the number of EV competitors in
If you had to guess, would you say that electric car owners drive more or less often than do gasoline or diesel car owners?
While General Motors might pull out some surprises for the 2015 NAIAS in Detroit, it looks like their two big debuts will come from the opposite ends of the spectrum, with the next generation Chevr
Year-end sales figures for 2014 are in, for the most part, and even if some changes are made to a few of the electric and plug-in car makers in the market, it's very clear that Nissan's LEAF has fa
Today, at the Consumer Electronics show, Toyota announced that it will share its patents for fuel cells, high-pressure hydrogen storage and fuel cell fueling systems at no cost to other automakers.
The Chevrolet Corvette Stingray and the Chevrolet Volt are obviously two very different vehicles and although they are both fuel economy front-runners in their respective segments, these two cars a
“There is a set of speeds and driving conditions where we can confidently drive the Roadster 3.0 over 400 miles,” the company wrote in a blog post on Friday.
Tesla’s Model S and upcoming Model X are no direct competition to any of the German luxury car manufacturers - at least not for now.
The 2015 Camry Hybrid XLE is the best value among all automobiles according to Consumer Reports’ (CR) most recent rankings.