Poll: Next big "green" powertrain
What will be the next big "green" powertrain in the U.S.?
24 June, 2010 12:06:00The 2011 Ford Mustang has set a new record by running 1,457 laps at Bristol Motor Speedway while averaging 48.5 mpg.
16 June, 2010 07:55:00Lincolnâ€™s first-ever hybrid â€“ the 2011 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid â€“ is now officially the most fuel-efficient luxury sedan in America with an EPA-certified 41 mpg rating in city driving and 36 mpg on the highway.
29 March, 2010 02:12:00Extreme mileage was the goal this weekend on the streets of downtown Houston as 42 student teams competed in the 2010 Shell Eco-marathon Americas, a challenge for students to design, build and test fuel-efficient vehicles that travel the farthest distance using the least amount of energy.
04 March, 2010 02:20:00The EPA has finished certification of the fuel efficiency for the 2011 Ford Mustang V6 and it is the first production car in history to produce more than 300 horsepower and more than 30 mpg highway.
21 November, 2009 12:46:00Honda Motor Co. has again produced the greenest and most fuel efficient vehicles in the U.S., followed closely by Hyundai Motor Co., the EPAâ€™s projections for 2009 showed on Friday.
20 November, 2009 07:48:00Audi is celebrating the 20th birthday of TDI technology - in the fall of 1989, the Audi 100 2.5 TDI â€“ the first Audi with a direct-injection turbocharged diesel engine â€“ was exhibited at the Frankfurt International Motor Show.
07 October, 2009 12:40:00SEAT Ibiza Ecomotive has once again proved its green merits and driving efficiency resulting in an average consumption figure of 2.34 l/100 km (100mpg U.S.) in a 1,910 km (1,186 miles) journey.
21 September, 2009 05:30:00Audi has raised the efficiency bar with introduction of the new A3 1.6 TDI that emits just 99 grams of CO2 per kilometer â€” thus undercutting the threshold of 100 g/km.
15 September, 2009 02:27:00U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency today jointly announced a final proposal for new fuel economy standards.
27 August, 2009 05:19:00Japanese automakers registered the biggest market share gains in the $3 billion taxpayer-funded Cash for Clunkers program that ended this week.
- Geneva 2008: New Diesel Engines for Ford Mondeo, Ford S-MAX and Ford Galaxy
- MIT Scientists Find New Way to Generate Electricity
- Coskata Opens Semi-Commercial Feedstock Flexible Ethanol Facility
- High Performance, 92 Mpg High Mileage 3 Wheel Sport Car
- SolarCity, Rabobank to Build Fast-Charge Electric Car Charging Corridor