With all that sunshine hitting your windshield, designer Juen Bang Lai envisions a solar panel on the outside of your rear-view mirror.
Mitsubishi’s electric micro van, i-MIEV, is named “Greenest Vehicle of the Year,” beating out the longtime champ, Honda’s Civic Natural Gas.
BMW brought its new luxury hybrid, the ActiveHybrid 5, to the Detroit Auto Show where they announced pricing (it ain’t cheap) and availability (this spring) details.
Mississippi State University recently took first place in a competition that challenged engineering students to re-imagine and re-engineer a GM vehicle for maximum fuel efficiency and minimum emissions.
New fuel economy regulations set forth today by the EPA and U.S. Department of Transportation call for an estimated 34.1 MPG fuel economy (EPA 35.5) by auto manufacturers by model year 2016.
VW’s line up of BlueMotion diesel cars beat out two hybrids to win 2010 World Green Car, showcasing that diesel continues to be seen by many as a viable green option to hybrids and electric cars.
A new survey conducted in North America and Europe finds that six out of ten car-buyers want the same bells and whistles in a green vehicle that they’ll find in the gas-only competition.