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    Toyota Prius Prime Becoming Hot Commodity On Dealer Lots

    The Toyota Prius Prime plug-in hybrid has been doing so well in sales this year that they’re moving off lots quickly and dealers are asking for more. Toyota has been happy to see the sales figures so far this year, with 2,728 units sold in the U.S. during January and February. Demand has been strong […]

    Carmakers, Market & Fleets

    Baidu Buys Into NextEV NIO Electric Supercars And Autonomous Vehicles

    Chinese search engine giant Baidu is jumping into the electric hypercar race after investing about $600 million in NextEV. Shanghai-based NextEV has been seeking capital to roll out its Tesla-competitive NIO brand. The startup hosted a splashy launch event at Saatchi Gallery in London in November, dazzling attendees with the NIO EP9. NextEV is calling […]

    Chevrolet

    Chevrolet Dealers Offering Discounts Up to $5K On Bolt EV

    Car shoppers in the seven states thus far delivering the Chevrolet Bolt EV in its ongoing nationwide rollout are seeing dealers slashing prices already. Automotive News researched what dealers have been doing on website car listings, with many of them offering discounts off sticker prices in the $2,000 to $5,000 range. One Chevy dealer in […]

    Hybrid Car News

    Buick Launches Chevy Volt-Based Velite 5 in China

    Buick is launching its first electric car in China, the Velite 5 plug-in hybrid, and it shares much with the Chevy Volt. Revealed at the Guangzhou auto show in China in November as the Velite Concept, the Velite 5 seems to be utilizing much of the Chevrolet Volt’s powertrain. Like the Volt, its gasoline engine […]

    Auto Analysts See Fuel Efficiency Moving Forward Regardless of White House Decision

    Even if the Trump administration rolls back the Obama administration’s 2022-25 fuel economy targets, they may eventually fall in place through other market forces, auto analysts say. Consumer demand for fuel-efficient vehicles and aggressive emissions targets overseas may be more important than decisions by President Donald Trump. The president has directed the U.S. Environmental Protection […]

    Volkswagen Storing Bought-Back Diesels In Old Football Stadium

    All those cheating diesel vehicles have to go somewhere. As a result of its massive TDI diesel scandal, Volkswagen has been buying back numerous vehicles from owners and storing them at various locations. One of those locations is the now defunct Pontiac Silverdome, which was once the home of the Detroit Lions. The Silverdome first […]

    Daimler Chief Reflects On How Tesla Has Put a Shine On Electric Cars’ Image

    Tesla has broken the “granola image” of electric cars and its limited audience, opening doors for competitors like the EQ subbrand, Daimler’s chief said. During an interview last week at the South by Southwest (SXSW 2017) conference in Austin with German magazine T3N, CEO Dieter Zetsche reflected on the German automaker’s 2009 investment in Tesla, […]

    State Department Reverses Obama Decision and OKs Keystone XL Oil Pipeline

    The controversial Keystone XL pipeline transporting Canadian tar sands oil from Alberta through the U.S. has been approved by the State Department. Canadian oil company TransCanada can now construct, connect, operate, and maintain pipeline facilities at the border in Montana for importing the crude oil. Previous Secretary of State John Kerry rejected the pipeline in […]

    London May Bring In Tesla Police Cars

    Tesla may see its break into the police car market through a contract with Scotland Yard. London’s police department has been in talks with Tesla CEO Elon Musk that could bring in up to 700 Tesla vehicles customized for the client. Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, chief of Metropolitan Police, has been in talks with Tesla on […]