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.
My recent story explaining that the cost to operate an EV vs. a hybrid drew sharp criticism from EV owners.
Toyota’s Akio Toyoda today announced the name of the company’s new fuel cell sedan. It will be called the Mirai, which means “future” in Japanese.
Purchase or lease a new Nissan LEAF in the Chicago market and you'll receive two years of public charging station access, free of charge, as part of the deal.
When BMW set out to make an electric vehicle, they didn’t just shove a battery pack into a conventional car platform.
The big news yesterday was the revelation that, at long last, China and the United States reached an agreement on reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Popular Science (PopSci) has named the Toyota FCV fuel cell electric vehicle to its Best of What’s New (BOWN) list for 2014. The annual list has run for more than a quarter century.
Wouldn’t we all love an electric car that charged in minutes, could travel over 300 miles on a charge, and didn’t have a big, heavy, expensive battery?
Over the past few years, Torque News has reported on the relative efficiency of green cars as well as their energy cost to run per mile.
Ford is one of those companies that not only talks the talk, but also walks the walk when it comes to a commitment to sustainability.
If you were thinking that the all-wheel-drive version of the 60-kWh Tesla Model S would be perfect for you, brace yourself for some bad news.