BMW brought its gorgeous i8 convertible to the Los Angeles auto show and we were there.
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The German car industry, led by Volkswagen, has been busy trying to convince European regulators to soften future emissions requirements. It seems their plan is working.
Ford, Daimler, Volkswagen, and BMW have formed a partnership to build 400 fast charger locations throughout Europe. It will be called Ionity and will utilize the CCS charging standard.
Welcome, once again, to Gas2’s list of the 10 Best Fuel Efficient Motorcycles You Can Buy in 2018!
Different types of electric vehicles help us to envision an emissions-free future.
Yamaha T7 Adventure Touring Concept bows for EICMA with 20 awesome Photos and am incredible racing history launch video in HD!
On this week’s edition of the “Gas2 Week in Review,” we look at the way that different auto manufacturers and motorsports are addressing the move to emissions-reducing transportation power.
Professional rally driver Rauno Aaltonen of Aaltonen Motor Sport took his BMW i3 away from the safety of asphalt roads and onto an off-road rally course to see how the i3 would hold up. He came away from the experience very impressed, stating that because of the instant torque the electric motor provides, the i3 handled like cars with 1,000 horsepower.
How do Super Bowl commercials use cars to describe our American identities in troubled times?
Nissan and BMW are taking steps to Double the size of the EVGo Fast Charging Network, bringing access to 90% of America’s EV owners!
Donald Trump just lambasted the German car companies and threatened them with a 35% tariff if they want to sell their products in the US. He told German newspaper Bild on Monday, “If you want to build cars in the world, then I wish you all the best. You can build cars for the United States, […]
The 2016 Consumer Reports customer satisfaction survey puts Tesla at the top of the list. 91% of Tesla owners say they would buy another Tesla. Subaru was the top rated choice for affordable car makers.
There are reports that Chrysler will unveil a battery electric version of its Pacifica minivan at the CES 2017 show in Las Vegas in early January.
European car makers have agreed to invest in high power charging infrastructure throughout Europe. It will be based on the CCS standard and may support power levels of up to 350 kW.
The world’s motorcycle manufacturers brought a bevy of smaller, lighter, and less expensive machines to a show in Long Beach recently. The industry is trying to appeal to more women and Millenials.
The Obama administration is working with states, car makers, and charging system operators to create an EV charging infrastructure that will cover 25,000 miles of roads in 32 states.