German luxury carmakers are finally taking notice of the success of the Tesla Motors Model S. Audi, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, and Porsche are all planning for electric cars that will compete with Tesla Motors.
The best green cars to enter the market this year come from a wide variety of automakers, from luxury brands like Audi to reliable, budget-friendly makes like Honda and Kia. Which new car will come out on top?
There are 17 cars that will be very important in 2015, Marty Padgett writes. Which new cars should people look out for in 2015, and how could these vehicles influence car brands' success next year?
2015 Audi A3 Sedan will include in-vehicle 4G LTE connectivity for around $17 per month from AT&T. The 2015 Audi A3 feature makes Audi officially the first automaker to offer 4G LTE speeds in a car.
Consumers considering a switch from traditional gas-powered cars to electric and hybrid models may have a larger selection from which to choose. IHS Automotive said it's thanks to a mix of tighter emission standards and lower manufacturing costs.
Interested in great gas mileage but reluctant to buy a hybrid? Ingram offers up five fuel-efficient options for the hybrid-averse consumer.
Mercedes-Benz has plans to launch new small cars over the next few years in its battle to overtake Audi for second place behind BMW. A new German report suggests Mercedes-Benz can accomplish it by 2015.