Mitsubishi Motors, looking to up the number of owners of its all-electric i-MiEV, drops over $6,000 off the price tag.
Toyota unveils the 2014 mid-size Avalon Hybrid, complete with 200 total combined horsepower and a fuel economy rating of 40 MPG.
The Chevy Volt, in less than three years on the road, has hit some significant markers, including more than 500 million total miles driven.
The Navy, seeking energy security, will make biofuel blends a regular part of its bulk fuel purchases.
Nissan completes its first official road test on a public expressway of an autonomous electric Leaf.
The Opel Ampera, known as the Chevy Volt in the United States, is two years into production and showing signs it is a leading European green vehicle.
German startup E-volo GmbH for the first time prodded its battery-powered, 18-propeller multirotor aircraft off the ground in November.
Consumer Reports readers, like its editors, love the Tesla Model S so much they’ve given it some of the highest satisfaction marks ever.
SolarCity says its new DemandLogic system will use intelligent management software and Tesla battery technology to trim peak demand for businesses.
Toyota quietly slips a Prius convertible concept into the line up at the recent Tokyo Motor Show. Could it someday become a real production car?