Since the EPA's announcement last year, the VW diesel scandal has expanded in ways perhaps inconceivable that first day, and it continues to ricochet around both Volkswagen and the auto industry.
The US Department of Energy recently launched a campaign to promote clean energy in general, and electric cars specifically. The program's name: 'How to be a clean energy baller'.
While GM continues to prepare the Bolt EV for launch, its allied ride-sharing service Lyft announced that it will have self-driving cars within five years.
The carmaker plans to offer all-electric versions of its regular models, starting with the 3-Series sedan, X4 crossover, and Mini Cooper, according to reports.
While Volkswagen continues to negotiate with regulators and customers in the United States, it seems that other carmakers in Europe engaged in similar measures to game the system.
The Model S not only depreciates less than other electric cars, but even holds its value better than comparable internal-combustion cars, according to research firm Autolist.
The all-electric Chevy Bolt offers the highest rated range of any electric car that doesn't have a Tesla badge on it, at the super low starting price of $37,500.
Motorcycles have two wheels, while passenger cars and light trucks have four. Elio Motors wants to add another category with its three-wheeled car.
A new study suggests so.
The 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV will reach the first Chevy dealers for sale late this year. It will be the first mass-priced electric car with a range of 200 miles or more.
One study suggests that virtually every automaker selling diesel cars in Europe cheated on emissions tests there, and it ramped up as EU fuel economy restrictions grew stricter.
SUVs killed the station wagon as a family car option, and the mid-size four-door sedan may be next.
Almost half of the 475,000 TDI owners have already signed up for Volkswagen's settlement program—and most of them don't seem interesting in waiting for modifications.
In an ongoing battle with Tesla Motors, auto dealers have continually touted the superiority of the traditional car sales model. But the experience of one dealer trainer indicates they may need to take a closer look.
Do the interests behind oil production see electric cars as a threat to their business? Not much, it seems.
It will be used primarily for demonstration purposes as the Army continues to mull the use of fuel cells to power certain types of vehicle.
Carmakers are offering a host of Labor Day deals, including several on green cars.
NASA has been studying the pyschological effects of automation for decades, and thus may have something to teach Tesla.
The ongoing diesel-emissions scandal undoubtedly did damage to Volkswagen's reputation in the United States.
The nation's vehicles collectively logged 1.58 trillion miles in the first six months of this year, according to federal data. That's up 3.3 percent from last year.