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Able to dash from 0 to 60 MPH in 4.5 seconds, nobody could call the BMW i8 a slow car with a straight face.
When I first rode the 2014 Zero SR I was terrified; this was an electric motorcycle after all, a completely different beast from what I was used to, and at high speeds I felt like I might fall over.
Last week Tesla Motors and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk made his way onto the the Colbert Report, where the always-witty Stephen Colbert talked electric cars, rocket ships, and jet packs.
The 2.3 liter EcoBoost engine found in the 2015 Mustang is one of the most talked-about motors of the past two years, and we finally have some hard numbers attached to it.
Though it’s probably taken longer than they hoped, Tesla has finally delivered the first right-hand drive Model S electric sedans to customers in Hong Kong.
Powered by a 91 kWh lithium-ion phosphate battery pack and four-electric motors making a total of 1,088 horsepower, the Rimac Automobilii Concept_One is a mighty electric supercar. Electric supercar builder Rimac has showcased another use for its EV technology; improving the performance of a fan’s wheelchair.
When Toyota first launched the Lexus brand at the start of the 1990s, many wondered whether the Japanese could effectively compete with the dominant German luxury car brands.
It’s no secret that the next Toyota Supra – based loosely on the FT-1 concept shown, above – is being developed in conjunction with BMW’s next Z car.
Honda’s successor to its original FCX Clarity hydrogen fuel cell car got teased in the form of the FCEV concept car that debuted in 2013.
The 2014 Formula 1 Hungarian GP is in the record books, and it was easily the most thrilling race of 2014 – if not the past few years!
New details surrounding the horrific fire that claimed one of Honda’s 2015 Acura NSX hybrid prototypes at the Nürburgring earlier this week have emerged over at enthusiast site, WorldCarFans.
Yesterday’s Battle of the Brickyard at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway started with the HPD ARX-03b Hondas of Scott Sharp/Ryan Dalziel and Ed Brown/Johannes van Overbeek in 1st and 2nd, continuing a trend of strong LMP2 performances in qualifying.
Chip Yates is our generation’s Chuck Yeager. He’s a freakin’ hero, in other words- having set speed record on 200 MPH electric motorcycles, run at Pike’s Peak, and built his own go-fast electric airplane, already, Yates’ place in Gen-X’s pantheon of awesome is already assured.
It was another wild weekend of F1 qualifying – this time at the Hungarian GP, which saw Lewis Hamilton’s repeat World Drivers’ Championship dreams go up in literal smoke as his Mercedes AMG Hybrid caught fire during Q1, relegating the 2008 WDC to the back of the starting grid.
Opel quietly announced the end of the Ampera – badge cousin to the Chevy Volt. The Ampera is going away due to poor sales.
China has the world’s largest deposits of coal. You would think having access to almost limitless energy reserves would be a good thing for China as it seeks to keep its economy growing.
Donington Park is the headquarters of the Formula E series, and racers from all ten teams recently completed their first full power test session.
If you’ve seen one Chevy Volt or Nissan LEAF, you’ve seen them all. But if you’re driving a perfectly restored VW Beetle with an 85 hp electric motor, you are the personification of cool.
The rumble and roar of big-displacement V8 engines has excited generations of young men and women, as well as serving as the battle cry against an endless imported invasion of “sport compact” cars.
Thanks to the folks at Visual Capitalist, we now have a detailed infographic showing exactly how Tesla’s $5 billion dollar Gigafactory will operate and the effect it will have on raw materials costs.