By Cynthia Shahan If you don’t have the time in the immediate future to travel Europe, contemplate this brief journey through the eyes of a Nissan LEAF. The electric jaunt shares the 5 “most breathtaking electric drives” in Europe. Pass a few moments from Rieti to Rome (serenely riding from the heart of Italy to the […]
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A pilot project using bio-methane produced from a sewage treatment plant has led to the deployment of the U.K.’s first poop-powered airport shuttle.
The British have a long history with the “autocar,” and while British-built cars are often maligned for having electrical gremlins, they are also some of the best looking cars ever conceived. So when Bristol Cars announces that it will be building a 200 MPH capable plug-in hybrid, you better pay attention.
Last week, British “boutique” car-builder Bristol was saved from the global carpocalypse purchased by Frazer-Nash – ensuring that fans of the marque (and Bristol owners!) have good reason for optimism. Green-car fans can find something to be happy about in this news as well: Frazer-Nash has recently been applying its own historic name to advanced […]
For a long time, any Mustang other than the V8 was scoffed and/or laughed at, and with good reason. Having driven my 4-banger Mustang across country, I can attest that despite its phenomenal gas mileage, it struggles up hills, lacks any sort of “oomph” and it even sounds terrible. Ford has countered with a 305 […]
The 2011 Mustang hits showrooms soon, and there have already been thousands of orders placed for the pony car and its new power train. The V6 Mustang is proving especially popular despite the new 5.0 liter V8 engine. Part the of the reason is the V6 engine has over 300 horsepower, and still manages to […]