The EPA looks to fix its fuel economy labeling guidelines in wake of the recent issue around errors in the Ford C-MAX Hybrid ratings.
The 2013 Range Rover will be several hundred pounds lighter than its predecessor, giving it (modestly) improved fuel economy.
Toyota’s latest mini-vehicle, the Pixis Epoch, was launched in Japan recently, boasting top-level fuel efficiency for a gasoline-powered car.
The University of Michigan’s new Eco-Driving Index estimates the monthly amount of greenhouse gases produced by an individual U.S. driver.
Whether you’re trying to give Mother Nature a hand by going green or minimize the huge hole in your budget, a few sage auto upgrades are your ticket to fuel savings.
Californians can reap up to $10,000 in state and federal rebates and incentives for driving a Focus Electric—and are allowed to drive solo in the carpool lane.
Canadian Zoltan Bod creates a gasoline-powered, teardrop-inspired prototype automobile that he says gets 91 mpg on the highway.
Ford takes the EPA’s 105-mpge combined mileage rating for its 2012 Focus Electric and runs with it, noting that it beats the Nissan Leaf’s 99 mpge.
With gas prices surging higher, smaller, more fuel-efficient vehicles cars are drawing increased interest on showroom, a new report says.
Midwest Energy News says proposed higher fuel-economy standards are driving widespread new economic activity as automakers and the supply chain innovate.