Last month we compared the costs per mile of the Prius, the top-selling green car on Earth, to the Nissan Leaf, the top selling electric vehicle on the planet.
To start with, a “hybrid” in automotive is any vehicle with two power sources for propulsion.
The future of high-performance is here and the new BMW i8 is already a huge success for the brand.
Videos have begun popping up on YouTube featuring the "world's cleanest car," the "self-cleaning" Nissan LEAF electric car, in various street prank situations.
The "Subaru VIZIV GT Vision Gran Turismo" is the most aggressive sports car in Subaru history and it’s design was inspired by a dried fish.
The Renault-Nissan Alliance, now over fifteen years old, shares a CEO in Carlos Ghosn and the honor of being the world's largest electric vehicle maker, with the two companies holding 58 percent of
BMW i3 is already the third best-selling all-electric automobile on the market and its making quite a statement in the automotive community.
While I am more of a fan of muscle cars and full size trucks, I really like the Chevrolet Volt.
A few lucky Volt owners at the Los Angeles Auto Show were the first members of the general public to lay eyes on the much-anticipated second generation Chevrolet Volt.
When thinking about electric cars, names like Tesla come to mind.