What is the best selling electric car of all time? Well, it probably depends upon who you ask.
Green car designs sometimes tend to be, well, rather interesting and not always that attractive to average drivers.
Ford is looking to jump into the American dedicated hybrid market – currently dominated by the Toyota Prius – with the announcement recently of its C-MAX Hybrid.
It seems like when we hear about green cars, the Toyota Prius and the Chevy Volt are the first that come to mind.
Outside of the Toyota Prius or the Chevy Volt, Tesla is the best known name in the ever-growing world of alternative fuel vehicles.
Most of the attention paid to Volkswagen at this year's North American International Auto Show in Detroit will be directed toward its new, irresistible electrified E-Bugster concept.
It should come as no surprise that not every hybrid vehicle is created equal.
Is the green car industry pushing forward with unbridled optimism at the moment despite lackluster sales?