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    2018 Toyota Camry Hybrid’s MPG Will Match the Prius

    The 2018 Toyota Camry Hybrid will start showing up at dealerships in late summer with a revised hybrid system offering substantial fuel efficiency gains. The Camry Hybrid’s LE option comes with a 52 mpg combined highway estimated-EPA rating, the same as the 2017 Prius hatchback gets in EPA combined rating. The new Total Hybrid System […]


    2018 Nissan Leaf Spy Photos Reveal Much More Detail

    New spy photos of the 2018 Nissan Leaf indicate that prior reports that it would appear more “mainstream” have been fulfilled. Shot at a test track, with heavy camouflage masking removed, hints of the 2015 IDS concept can be seen, and gone are quirky design cues of the first generation. No interior shots were provided […]


    Tesla Talking About Opening Supercharger Network to Other Automakers

    Tesla is looking at sharing its Supercharger network with other automakers. The news comes directly from its CTO, JB Straubel. It’s not the first time that sharing the Supercharger network has been floated. CEO Elon Musk mentioned previous discussions back in 2015. But nothing ever came of it. At the time, there were only a […]

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    Germany Acts To Cut Diesel Emissions And Clean Up Testing

    Germany moving to reduce pollution from diesel vehicles and to make emissions testing more realistic as regulatory pressure mounts. The transport ministry spoke Monday with automakers on updating engine management software to reduce emissions from up to 12 million diesel vehicles in Germany. On Tuesday, the transport and environment ministries launched a “national diesel forum” […]

    Half of Porsche Models Could Be Electric By 2023

    As it looks to future market and regulatory requirements, Porsche aims to cut reliance on internal combustion, revealing it wants half of its cars to be electric by 2023. The first product to arrive as part of Porsche‘s electric vehicle onslaught will be the production version of the Mission E, which is set to arrive […]

    ChargePoint Taking Over GE’s WattStations And Charging Network

    Major plug-in vehicle charging network company ChargePoint is acquiring GE’s network of 9,800 charging spots. That breaks out to more than 1,800 commercial and about 8,000 residential charging spots being added to ChargePoint’s offerings. It covers GE’s network of commercial WattStations and residential DuraStations. ChargePoint identifies itself as the world’s largest charging network provider. In […]

    Waymo Hiring Avis To Maintain Self-Driving Chrysler Pacificas In Phoenix

    Self-driving car service Waymo will be outsourcing management of its Phoenix, Ariz. fleet to Avis. Waymo, a unit of Alphabet, the parent also of Google, will delegate the servicing and storing of its 600 Chrysler Pacifica PHEV minivans to Avis, while Waymo retains their ownership. The agreement with Avis Budget Group Inc., one of the […]

    Aston Martin’s First Production Electric Car Confirmed For 2019

    The Aston Martin RapidE will enter production in 2019 as the brand’s first fully electric car. The British automaker first previewed its all-electric model less than two years ago with a concept, and the production model will be based on the Aston Martin Rapide AMR. The all-electric model will be limited to 155 units and […]

    Feds May Be Thinking Twice About Hybrid And EV Pedestrian Warning Noise Law

    The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) appears to be mulling whether to abandon the law requiring sound to emit from electric and hybrid to warn nearby pedestrians. The consideration was included in NHTSA’s 2018 budget documents presented to Congress emphasizing deregulation for a number of safety rules. That includes rear-view and backup cameras in […]