Automotive News

This section of Torque News provides the latest auto news and updates from the car manufacturers. Every day number of news stories and editorials are published here that give our readers an overview of what is happening in the automotive industry. Read this section daily to find out about new cars, vehicle reviews and car pictures. Torque News is an automotive news website by Hareyan Publishing, LLC, dedicated to covering the latest news, reviews and opinions about the car industry.
2021 Ford F-150 hybrid testing

Ford Put Hybrid F-150 Through Rigorous Tests In Real-World Conditions, Simulating 10 Years Of Use

New PowerBoost hybrid technology put to the test by Ford engineers to show that a hybrid pickup can be Built Ford Tough. A special laboratory test rig was specifically built to abuse the 1.5-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery used in the PowerBoost system, simulating 10 years of pummeling in just 82 hours.
Nissan leaf image courtesy of Nissan Media Support

Tesla Is the Second Most Popular Used EV - Here's Why The Nissan Leaf Beats It In Most EV-Target States

Tesla's Model S is the second most popular used electric vehicle in America behind the Nissan Leaf. We break down where the Model S is the most popular and where the leaf leads in used EV sales. One hint: California is a surprise.
2022 electric Ford F-150

All-Electric Ford F-150 Could Have Range to Rival Tesla Cybertruck Thanks To Patented Technology

A patent filed by Ford shows that a generator can extend the range of the all-electric Ford F-150. Toolbox-sized generator could be range extender. Ford proclaims the 2022 electric F-150 will be the most powerful truck they’ve ever built.
Ford F-150 Is An Example Of A Vehicle Impacted By Exclusivity

If You Drive Ford F-150 Or Another Truck, Remember That Vehicle Hacking Claims Overblown

Every so often a state will argue over a vehicle's data. Data on vehicles like the Ford F-150 is valuable and big business to dealers as it potentially helps them generate millions in backshop revenue. The problem is that there's another whole community of shops that also needs the data. Massachusetts is arguing over this, right now, as have other states in the past.