As the day to the beginning of the World Solar Challenge this October draws near, an increasing number of college teams competing in the 3000 km (1864 mile) race across Australia are unveiling their entries.
The Bloodhound SSC hopes to reach speeds of more than 1,000 mph (1,610 km/h) in 2015 with its 3D-printed nose tipThe Bloodhound Supersonic Car (SSC) team from the UK is continuing its journey towards claiming the world land speed record. After testing its rocket engine last year, the ...
Toyota is mostly focused upon hybrids as its green car strategy globally, especially given the strong success of the Prius.
The Cadillac ELR is the luxurious sibling to the more pedestrian Chevrolet Volt. Recently, General Motors released info on the ELR’s "Regen on Demand," a feature unique to the latest Caddy.
A number of tech and automotive heavyweights are working to bring autonomous vehicles to roads and highways around the world.
Ferrari is an automotive brand that is legendary not only for its racing prowess, but for designing incredibly high-performing, road-worthy sports cars.
I've always thought one the most attractive electric vehicle on the market is the Tesla Model S. True, the Tesla is undeniably slick, but the Volar-e EV racecar makes the Model S look like a wallflower.
Chevrolet has rolled out a rather interesting feature for its 2014 Impala.
I've never actually seen a three-wheel vehicle in use on the roads that wasn't an ATV, at least in the United States.
Chevrolet has officially introduced its 2014 Cruze Clean Turbo Diesel, which is powered by a small two-liter turbo diesel engine capable of racking up 42 mpg on the highway.
There were a surprising number of vehicles and related automotive technology on display at CES 2013 earlier this month in Las Vegas, including QNX's Car 2.0 platform which was neatly packed into a (concept) Bentley GT.
General Motors has unveiled the long-awaited 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray.
A number of industry heavyweights are currently working to advance self-driving and autonomous vehicle tech, including Ford, Lincoln, Audi, and Google.
I think we can all agree that driving style and road conditions have a significant impact on how fuel efficient a vehicle actually is.
I'm sure I wasn't the only child growing up in the 80s who wished he could own an actual robot like one of the Transformers.
GM says it wants to have a half-million cars that run on electricity on the road by 2017. That’s a lot of carbon avoided, but it’s also a lot of what will someday be batteries no longer able to power vehicles.
Ford has confirmed that its new 2013 C-Max Energi has received an official EPA certified fuel efficiency rating of 108 MPGe in the city and 92 MPGe on the highway - for a combined rating of 100 MPGe.
Toyota has kicked off production of a number of new vehicles, including its flagship Avalon Hybrid which is slated to arrive at dealerships by the beginning of December.
Self-driving cars are becoming increasingly common, with Google-powered autonomous vehicles a popular sight on certain California highways.
When electric cars first started generating buzz, I couldn't help but wonder if they heralded the end of performance automobiles.