Consumer Reports readers, like its editors, love the Tesla Model S so much they’ve given it some of the highest satisfaction marks ever.
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?
Lexus unveils its 2014 CT 200h hybrid, showcasing some striking new design touches and the same fuel economy as last year.
Toyota unveils the third generation of its Highlander Hybrid, complete with a new look, features and hefty price jump.
Honda brings to the table in Japan a new crossover utility vehicle design that will offer a hybrid drivetrain option.
Volkswagen unveils at the Tokyo Motor Show the twin up!, a plug-in diesel concept hybrid with a European combined fuel consumption figure of 214 mpg.
Lexus unveils more details about its upcoming RC Coupe, including word of a hybrid variant with 217 total horsepower.
Acura says it will be offering up its latest luxury hybrid, the RLX Sport SH-AWD, in spring of 2014.
Consumers continue to remain concerned about expensive upfront costs and driving ranges of green vehicles such as electric cars, according to a new survey.
Honda unveils pricing and features for its 2014 Insight hybrid, aiming to keep this car the most affordable of its type in the United States.