Honda is calling it a “concept”, but their new Plug-in Hybrid Accord, introduced at the Detroit Auto Show, is set to hit the streets next winter.
The 2011 North American International Auto Show had a number of interesting green cars on display, including new models from Ford and Toyota.
Harman says its GreenEdge audio system weighs less, uses less energy, creates less heat and sounds every bit as good as traditional systems.
Start up Current Motors will knock $2,000 of the price of one of its electric scooters in return for monthly, public feedback on the ride.
Mercedes hopes to demonstrate that hydrogen power is viable, today, driving its B-Class F-Cell around the world beginning later this month.
Tesla strips down its upcoming Model S to the bones, giving Detroit auto show attendees a look at what the company says is revolutionary design and engineering.
Toyota unveiled the Prius V, an extension of its popular hybrid, highlighting that it offers 50-percent more cargo space while getting 40 mpg.
Honda shows sporty concepts for the updated Civic, including hybrid, and says it will expand its offering of the vehicle that runs on natural gas.
Fuel economy will be a big selling point for Ford’s upcoming C-MAX Hybrid, which the company says will outperform its Fusion Hybrid on gas mileage.
Due out in 2012, the Prius Plug-in from Toyota will be able to go 13 miles in full electric mode, the company says, and up to speeds of around 60 MPH.