Subaru’s Viziv concept showcases the future direction of the automaker’s designs and engine technology. Yet will it bring the concept to actual production?
Toyota unveils the I-Road in Geneva, showing off its vision of short range electric vehicles which would be used to commute those final few miles into a city center.
Kia is both sporty and green at this year’s Geneva Motor Show. The provo concept is a eye-catching racer with by a 201 hp gas engine and electric motor for 46 more.
Ferrari unveils the LaFerrari supercar hybrid, taking this form of green auto technology to new heights and likely a new top end price tag as well.
Mitsubishi Motors shows off at the Geneva Auto Show the GR-HEV hybrid truck and CA-MiEV all electric car concept models.
Audi, continuing to tinker with green car technology, debuts in Geneva its latest e-tron, a plug-in hybrid version of its A3 hatchback.
Land Rover goes green at this year’s Geneva Auto Show with the Defender Electric, an EV version of its Defender SUV. The vehicle is strictly for research purposes.
The Sbarro Réact EV is a sports car concept to be introduced at this year’s Geneva Motor Show. The EV stands for Ecologic Vehicle and refers to the hybrid engine.
The upcoming VW XL1 plug-in hybrid, which looks like it will actually be going into production, is an extreme fuel sipper likely costing you six hefty figures.
Hyundai becomes the world’s first automaker to begin assembly-line production of zero-emissions, hydrogen-powered vehicles for fleet use.
Are batteries passe? They are in the Citroen Hybrid Air which debuts next week at the Geneva Motor Show. Instead, compressed air is used instead of a heavy battery.