I've often said that electric vehicle designers typically have questionable taste.
One of the primary reasons many consumers shy away form electric vehicles is range anxiety, or the fear of a car battery running out of juice while still on the road.
Unmanned aerial vehicles have seen extensive deployment in both Iraq and Afghanistan.
Tesla originally kicked off production of its electric vehicle line with the Roadster and only recently began selling its Model S four-door sedan.
Bringing EVs to mainstream consumers is a challenge the auto industry has yet to overcome.
Electric vehicles typically slurp power from home electrical systems and the grid.
The SeaOrbiter has yet to hit the water, but it's already being called a 21st-century version of Captain Nemo's Nautilus in honor of the classic novel "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea" penned by Jules Verne.
For many years, most of the fuel we've been burning in our automobiles has included 10% ethanol to reduce the amount of petroleum consumed in the United States.
It's not exactly a 3D printer, but with some tweaks it probably could be.
Ford has gone big-time with in-vehicle technology over the last several years, packing its cars with Sync, MyFord touch and more.
There is certainly quite a bit of anticipation building up for Telsa's 2012 Model S electric vehicle (EV).
There are now robots swimming alongside real fish.
One of the highest performing and greenest vehicles ever produced by Porsche is the sleek 918 Spyder.
The driving range of an electric vehicle is perhaps one of the most important factors in determining which EV a consumer will ultimately buy.
Most of us tend to associate Honda with cars and motorcycles, yet the automotive company has a number of varied interests ranging from robotics to aircraft.
The Tesla Model S electric vehicle first broke cover last year at a base price of $49,900, with a driving range tipped at 160-300 miles.
Electric motorcycles can be crazy fast, as we saw earlier this week with an electric drag bike that hit over 200mph in under 7 seconds.
Toyota has finally pulled the wraps off its new RAV4 EV, a relatively small SUV equipped with a Tesla designed powertrain.
Electric vehicles have long suffered a bad reputation in the hardcore and uber-competitive motorsports world.
In the world of electric cars, most vehicles like the Nissan Leaf are stodgy, unattractive boxes aimed at the thrifty driver.