A new study finds an increase in how many hybrids are considered more cost effective than their all-gas counterparts.
The forthcoming McLaren P1 hybrid supercar, pricing over $1 million per vehicle, will do 0 to 62 MPH in a flat 2.8 seconds, among other amazing specifications.
Toyota announces pricing for its 2014 Avalon and Prius hybrid models, keeping costs mostly on par with the 2013 offerings.
Toyota issues a recall of over 800,000 vehicles because of a problem with the air conditioning condenser unit housing that could impact the airbag system.
Toyota announces information on its 2014 Prius core hybrid, and though there’s nothing that new to note, the 51 MPG city is still pretty darn impressive.
Acura sends its 2014 ILX Hybrid to dealer showrooms with a 39 MPG in the city fuel economy rating and a starting price of $28,900.
Three Land Rover hybrid SUVs complete a 10,400+ mile odyssey along portions of the old Silk Road to help promote the brand’s launch of them in 2014.
Mazda quietly unveils a hybrid version of the 3 sedan in Japan, set for release for the 2014 model year. It is unclear if an American version will follow.
New-vehicle fuel economy has more than doubled since the 1970s. Moreover, new-vehicle fuel economy is projected to continue to increase by more than 50% by 2040.
Subaru announces pricing for its 2014 XV Crosstrek Hybrid, which will retail at a starting price of around $26,000.