Toyota made mild changes on its popular Camry Hybrid for MY 2013. These include softer door plastics, matching color armrest, and nicer stitching in the leather seats.
Electric cars are a hot topic at the moment. What is the difference between your regular petrol guzzler and the eco-friendly motor of the future?
Ford has announced that its new Lincoln luxury brand hybrid – the 2011 MKZ Hybrid – has been rated by the EPA for 41 MPG in city driving and 36 MPG on the highway.
Ronn Motor, a niche auto manufacturer of exotic green cars, has announced plans to develop a new midrange sports hybrid sedan, based on electric/diesel hybrid technologies.
Volkswagen’s new VW Touareg Hybrid features an emissions-free electric mode for up to 50 km in addition to a wide range of other fuel efficient and environmentally friendly features that benefit both car and driver.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), which conducts independent crash and rollover tests on new vehicles, the 2010 Lexus HS 250h gets an A+ for passenger safety.