Looking at their future product plans, the established German luxury carmakers have now clearly started to take electric-car maker Tesla Motors seriously.
The lifecycle carbon emissions of renewable diesel fuel may be significantly lower than those of conventional diesel, according to a new study from a company that sells the renewable version.
A new month brings more deals on hybrid, electric, and fuel-efficient cars.
It would appear that every automaker is rechecking its gas-mileage calculations these days. The latest episode comes from General Motors, which told its dealers on Wednesday to stop selling certain large crossover SUVs due to errors in the fuel-economy ratings on their window stickers.
After selling the Genesis and Equus luxury sedans under its own brand name for several years, Hyundai is now launching a separate luxury division with a strong focus on green energy.
Audi is a little behind fellow German automaker BMW in the area of electrified autos, but it has a plan in place to address this shortcoming.
What exactly is a carbon tax, and how would one work if it were implemented? Here's a quick primer on the carbon tax, based on research compiled by the Brookings Institution.
Elon Musk says his electric car company will continue to boost production. But can it meet its goals?
So far, around 400,000 people have put down refundable deposits for the Tesla Model 3 electric car, according to the company. As it turns out, many of those reservations may have come from a country that now represents one of the largest markets for electric cars.
A look at a few previous buyback programs by other carmakers may provide some clues as to how VW may structure its own buyback program—subject to court approval, of course.
It won't enter production for almost two years, but the Tesla Model 3 has already made a splash. Where does Tesla go from there?
Tesla is pushing closer to the 200,000-unit cap on sales that triggers a phase-out of the $7,500 Federal tax credit for electric cars. Tesla is a aware of this, though, and may try to do something about it.
Are there many different ways to reduce the carbon associated with road vehicles? Or are electric vehicles the best and only viable way to proceed? That's the debate at the heart of two different reports on Volkswagen's recent actions in Europe last week.
Saudi Arabia is now starting to contemplate a future in which gasoline and diesel now longer power the majority of the world's cars.
China is about to implement much tougher emissions standards—and sooner than carmakers expected.
The universe of affordable hybrid vehicles with all-wheel drive is tiny, and has been for more than a decade. Why are there so few?
While VW works to hammer out the details of a settlement with the US government, multiple investigations and probes involving other companies are now underway.
The four electric car models coming to dealerships next year may change the numbers on what makes are currently selling best.
Batteries are vital to electric cars. But does that mean the companies that make the cells that go into those battery packs have become more important than the carmakers themselves?
Honda is looking to double its 2014 sales of the Accord Hybrid with the 2017 model.