Hydrogen — it’s the clean energy option that refuses to go away. The Japanese government has been aggressively promoting it for years, setting back the battery electric plans of Honda and Toyota by a decade or […]
For decades, the Honda Civic/Accord and Toyota Corolla/Camry have been the most popular cars sold in America. Their reputations for quality and reliability are unimpeachable. On the used car market, they are so much in demand, […]
Editor’s note: Apparently, BMW think it’s a good idea to hype hydrogen fuel cell vehicles in 2020!! Seriously. I’d insert 10 facepalms here if I could. Here’s the story: BMW is hard at work on a […]
Consumer Reports routinely ranks the new cars available to American buyers on a number of criteria. Some of them are technical, such as emergency braking performance, acceleration, fuel economy, frequency of repair, and reliability. Others are […]
A new report by Deloitte sees trouble ahead for the EV market. To put it specifically, the consulting firm thinks there will be a glut of electric cars on the market in coming years and not […]
Remember when BMW’s tagline in all of its ads was “The Ultimate Driving Machine?” That slogan is gone. Now BMW wants you to think of its iNext electric SUV as “Your favorite space.” Doesn’t quite have […]
Originally published on CleanTechnica. The Insurance Institute For Highway Safety is a private testing agency for the insurance industry. In its latest report, it has tested the forward collision warning and emergency braking systems built into the Tesla […]
Are you sitting down? General Motors said this past week it plans to begin producing a fully autonomous car with no steering wheel and no pedals — not in some far off time, but next year. […]
What is the difference between the Tesla 18650 battery cells and the new 2170 cells? It’s all explained here.
Fastned is well on its way to becoming one of the largest electric car charging networks in Europe. Last week, it announced it was working with German authorities to construct a fast charging network in that […]
Tesla’s first production car was called the Roadster and was sold between 2008 and 2012. A new Roadster is planned for 2019.