Acura plans to debut at the upcoming Los Angeles Auto Show its RLX Sport Hybrid SH-AWD luxury sedan.
Toyota offers up details on its 2014 Camry Hybrid, and there really isn’t anything new to point out.
Suzuki, ahead of the Tokyo Motor Show, unveils the X-Lander SUV hybrid concept as something drivers can use “in the city and sometimes go out to play in the field.”
Nissan prices its 2014 Pathfinder Hybrid at around $35,000 starting, and provides a look into how this hybrid’s drivetrain will function.
A new study finds an increase in how many hybrids are considered more cost effective than their all-gas counterparts.
The forthcoming McLaren P1 hybrid supercar, pricing over $1 million per vehicle, will do 0 to 62 MPH in a flat 2.8 seconds, among other amazing specifications.
Toyota announces pricing for its 2014 Avalon and Prius hybrid models, keeping costs mostly on par with the 2013 offerings.
Toyota issues a recall of over 800,000 vehicles because of a problem with the air conditioning condenser unit housing that could impact the airbag system.
Toyota announces information on its 2014 Prius core hybrid, and though there’s nothing that new to note, the 51 MPG city is still pretty darn impressive.
Acura sends its 2014 ILX Hybrid to dealer showrooms with a 39 MPG in the city fuel economy rating and a starting price of $28,900.