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    Interview: Running the First US Retail Hydrogen Station Is An ‘Epic Effort’

    In order for hydrogen fuel cell vehicles to proliferate, infrastructure has to proliferate, and recently we spoke with one of the key people on the ground floor. According to Michael Dray, technical operations manager for California State L.A. Hydrogen Research and Fueling Facility, progress has been made since Jan. 8 when the station became the […]

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    Toyota Sells Eight-Millionth Hybrid Globally

    As spy photos of the 2016 Prius are circulating, and 20 years after hybrids were first developed, Toyota has sold its eight-millionth hybrid wolrdwide through July 31. The car being developed back in 1995 was of course the Prius, which was released in 1997 to Japan, and 2000 to the U.S. The eight-millionth hybrid came […]


    Volt Enthusiast Posts First Drive Review of 2016 Chevy Volt

    A Chevy Volt enthusiast in Canada has just posted a first-drive report for the 2016 Chevy Volt. In short, most aspects of the new car impressed or were better than KickinInCanada’s 2012 model. The review, printed below in its entirety was put on yesterday, and this poster is experienced and knowledgable about the Volt, […]

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    Best Photos of 2016 Toyota Prius Yet

    New photos of the 2016 Toyota Prius have shown up on Facebook. Recently spy photographers caught the new Toyota Prius sitting pretty for what appeared to be its official photo shoot for marketing and promotional materials, but those photos were captured from afar. Now, we get to see the radical, more aggressive Prius look up […]

    Connecticut Offers Cash On Hood Advanced-Tech Vehicle Rebates

    Some leaders in Connecticut are so confident in the state’s new electrified vehicle rebate, they believe the state can sell them more effectively than California. “We’re a small state, but we have some big ideas, and maybe we can show California how to do this,” said Jim Fleming, president of the Connecticut Automotive Retailers Association. […]

    Class Actions Suit Names 10 Automakers Over ‘Deadly’ Keyless Ignitions

    Ten automakers in the U.S. are being sued for allegedly concealing the possible risk of carbon monoxide poisoning in some vehicles with keyless ignitions. A class action lawsuit has been filed against some of the world’s largest automakers claiming that they concealed the risks of carbon monoxide poisoning in more than five-million vehicles equipped with […]

    UK Extends £5,000 EV Rebate to February 2016

    The U.K. is adding £200 million to its EV rebate program, which will extend the £5,000 new vehicle credit for an three additional months to February 2016. Previously set to run out this fall, U.K. government officials said they are expanding the rebates to spur more sales of low emission vehicles. “The U.K. is now […]

    California And Nevada Among Four States Vying For Faraday Future EV Factory

    Although aspiring carmaker Faraday Future prefers to keep most of its plans a secret, it has revealed locations currently under consideration for a new EV factory. “We’re still actively talking to four states,” said company spokesman Marcus Nelson. “We have talked to California, Nevada, Georgia and Louisiana.” Nevada, which successfully snagged a deal with Tesla […]

    Video Highlights Hand-Made-in-Japan Toyota Mirai FCV Production

    A video of Toyota’s Mirai fuel cell vehicle being hand-built is dramatic without a word being spoken. Consisting of 19 minutes of video at the Motomachi Plant in Toyota City, Japan, workers put together with fastidious care a Mirai from bare body shell to finished car. Notably absent are robots, and this hands-on process is […]