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Ford Focus Energi With $27,000 Price In The Works?

January 21st, 2014 | by Christopher DeMorro

Ford hybrid sales have exploded over the past year as the Blue Oval added several electrified models to its lineup. Leading Ford’s hybrid charge was the Ford Fusion Energi and C-Max Energi, two plug-in hybrids that could soon be joined by a third model, the Focus Energi, which will offer a longer electric driving range and a lower price


Video: Self-Drifting BMW Makes Autonomous Cars Look Fun

January 8th, 2014 | by Christopher DeMorro

Self-driving cars are a hot topic in enthusiasts circles these days, with the pros and cons of autonomous vehicles being weighed by just about everyone. While most of us imagine a box-on-wheels travelling along at 25 MPH though, BMW has a different idea of self-driving, or in this case, self-driving cars


Michigan to Allow Autonomous Cars onto Icy Roads

December 28th, 2013 | by Guest Contributor

Self-Driving Cars, Cheese Brine on Icy Roads, Coca-Cola Hybrids, EPA Gets the Lead Out, Great Lakes, Controlled Burns, Household Dogs Michigan OKs Road Testing of Self-Driving Cars … Wisconsin Mixes Cheese Brine With Salt to Clear Icy Roads … Coca&hellip


Quick Drive: 2014 Ford Fiesta And Ford Fusion Energi

July 25th, 2013 | by Christopher Tracy

Last month I attended the Ford 2014 Model Year, where I felt very out of place with colleagues (can you call them colleagues if you don’t get paid?) from the big car publications and also felt quite at home with my cronies from Internet obscurity. But I was there to drive some cars and give some impressions, and that is what I plan to do


Electric And Hybrid Car Sales Continue To Climb In 2013

July 14th, 2013 | by Christopher DeMorro

With more hybrid cars on the market than ever, it should come as no surprise that sales of hybrid vehicles continue to grow month after month. 2013 could prove to be a watershed year for hybrid cars though, with sales of both pure electric and hybrid vehicles putting on strong showings in an increasingly competitive car market



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