Segula Technologies recently unveiled the Hagora concept car, showcasing a hybrid idea made mostly from recycled materials that is very lightweight and advanced in its technologies.
Porsche has unveiled at the Paris Motor Show a sleek hybrid concept that s quite the little green vehicle monster under the hood and full of technological bells and whistles.
At the Paris Motor Show, Honda displays an updated CR-Z hybrid, a car at least one critic said had been “sending a mixed message.”
Moving beyond concepts and prototypes, Hyundai says it will start line production of its ix35 hydrogen car in December, with “up to” 1,000 cars planned through 2015.
Audi has brought to the Paris Motor Show the crosslane coupe, an interesting plug-in hybrid design study that, among other functions, has tight social media integration.
Toyota has unveiled at the 2012 Paris Motor Show a hybrid touring sports variant of its popular Auris compact C-segement car.
The electric version of the SLS AMG gullwing supercar is showing in Paris, and will launch in 2013 at €416,500.
Peugeot at the Paris Motor Show plans to show off Onyx, a hybrid supercar concept that is just plain over the top in terms of about everything.
In Paris, Citroen will be promoting its new soft-top DS3, but the car is also getting an all-electric makeover with the DS3 Electrum concept.
BMW Motorrad is bringing to the Paris Motor Show to showcase the BMW C evolution, a near production prototype electric scooter it’s been developing.
At the Paris Motor Show, BMW’s electric concept, the i3, will show off eucalyptus woodwork from sustainably managed forests.