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    California: Hydrogen And Zero-Emission Vehicles Push

    California is pushing even more for green cars and some of the state’s agencies are collaborating on a range of initiatives to support the goal of 1.5 million zero-emission vehicles on the road by 2025. The California Air Resources Board (CARB) said last week that the California Energy Commission carried out one of these initiatives, […]

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    Mercedes-Benz Starts Production On S 500 Plug-In Hybrid

    Mercedes-Benz has officially started production on its 2015 S 500 Plug-In Hybrid and will be immediately available, at least in Europe for now. This is the company’s first-ever use of plug-in technology, although certainly not its first hybrid so this isn’t a complete unknown. The system uses a twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 that by itself produces […]

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    Honda Discontinuing Fit EV and Insight

    Yesterday Honda was reported as planning to axe the limited-market all-electric version of the Fit, and the Insight hybrid. The Fit EV (pictured) is lease-only, and Honda only ever committed to producing 1,100 units. It will be canceled in the fall, but supported until leases run out. As for the Insight, the latest generation of […]

    Hybrid Car News

    2017 Audi Electric SUVs To Be BMW and Tesla Fighters

    Audi may be lagging behind with EVs at the moment, but it’s reportedly working on two long-range electric SUVs to go head to head against the BMW i3 and Tesla Model X respectively. According to Autobild, the A2Q small SUV concept (pictured) is an answer to BMW’s first i-series city car and aiming for an […]

    Confirmed: Tesla And Panasonic To Build Gigafactory

    Although the news broke earlier this week, we now have official confirmation from both Panasonic and Tesla that the two corporations are joining efforts to build a new large-scale battery production center. While quite detailed, the distilled version has Tesla looking after everything involved with the physical building and maintenance, while Panasonic supplies bits inside […]

    Nissan Posts 17th-Straight Record Leaf Sales For July

    Recording a healthy 62-percent year-over-year increase, Nissan’s 3,019 Leafs sold in July constituted its second-best month to date. It’s also the 17th-straight month of some form of a sales record – be it year-over year, best month, or all-time high. Nissan noted also it was the Leaf’s best July ever. Its all-time best month was […]

    Tesla’s Q2 Earnings Post Record Sales Along With Growing Pains

    Still working toward indisputably increased earnings while growing the business, Tesla reported a record 7,579 sales and net income of $16 million by non-GAAP accounting last quarter, while losing $62 million according to customary accounting. The discrepancy comes from Tesla’s practice of reporting by non-generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). These leave out financials affected by […]

    CNG-Powered Cruze

    It is interesting to see how two worlds that seem to be so far apart can converge. Case in point: hot rods and green cars. Michigan-based Crazy Diamond Performance is a developer of hot rods that likes to get the most out of every engine. The most performance-wise, but also the most fuel-consumption-wise. This has […]

    EU Sales Begin For Audi’s First Plug-in Hybrid, A3 Sportback e-tron

    Audi announced today it has begun taking orders in Europe for its first plug-in hybrid, the A3 Sportback e-tron. The car combines a 1.4-liter direct-injected turbocharged gas engine and electric motor for 204 rated horsepower. On the European NEDC test cycle, the A3 Sportback e-tron’s fuel consumption in accordance is 1.5 liters per 100 kilometers […]