Think mobile communications technology that avails text messaging, e-mails, traffic advisories and other connected-car functions, except in a Chevy.
The Tokyo Motor Show is held every other year, with the last show in 2009 meeting mixed responses from non-domestic automakers and as the November 2010 deadline came and went for the 2011 show, non
Question is, where are General Motors, Ford and Toyota on this clean burning energy issue?
Great care has been taken to keep the pack at just the right and even temperature in all weather conditions.
General Motors saw fantastic sales figures in China in 2010 with over 2.35 million vehicles sold – helping them to lead the Chinese market in sales for the sixth year in a row and with this hefty n
This has been the winter to try men's souls to badly paraphrase a historical saying.
In the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, DOE reduced funding for the hydrogen technology program by nearly $70 million in order to focus on technologies deployable at large scale in
The Tucson iX Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles (FCEV) is the third generation and will debut at the conference. (Photo by permission of Hyundai media.)
Does it make sense that a company who can afford to pay bonuses needs government subsidies to sell its cars, like the Chevy Volt?