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Geneva 2013: All-Electric Exagon Furtive-eGT Gets Priced At $585,000

March 6th, 2013 | by Christopher DeMorro

In the past year we have seen major automakers start to shy away from mass-market, affordable electric vehicles in an effort to cater to a wealthier kind of customer. Exagon Motors is a much smaller outfit, with ambitions of building a powerful electric supercar, and they’ve actually gone and produced a production model that debuted at the Geneva Motor Show this week

Geneva 2013: Kia Provo Hybrid Is A Sporty Application Of Fuel-Saving Technology

March 5th, 2013 | by Christopher DeMorro

Remember when Kia sucked? It wasn’t so long ago that the Korean car maker was synonymous with cheap, unimpressive cars. These days though, Kia is riding a wave of enthusiasm for their distinct and well-made products, and this has given the brand the confidence to stick its neck out with some eye-catching concepts. The Kia Provo Hybrid could point the way towards a sporty application of fuel-saving technology in Kia’s first sports car

The New Volkswagen Golf GTD is the GTI of Diesels

February 27th, 2013 | by Nicholas Brown

We don't often think of diesel engines as being performance powerhouses, but Volkswagen has always been an exception to this rule. Continuing a tradition that goes back over 30 years, the new Volkswagen Golf GTD is a diesel version of the hot hatchback known as the

Mitsubishi To Debut Plug-In Hybrid Diesel Pickup At Geneva

February 14th, 2013 | by Christopher DeMorro

As of right now, the most fuel efficient pickup in America is the V6-powered Ram 1500, and the only hybrid pickup is the 2013 Chevy Silverado, which has a $40,000 price tag. So it’s safe to say the market for fuel efficient trucks is definitely wide open. So why Mitsubishi chose Geneva as the place to debut a hybrid-diesel pickup concept, we don’t know, but it sounds like the truck that America desperately needs

Toyota i-Road Concept A Low-Cost Answer For EVs

February 4th, 2013 | by Christopher DeMorro

On paper, electric cars sound like a great solution to humanity’s mobility woes. But their high cost means that most people these days just can’t afford to own an EV. Toyota’s solution is a new concept called the i-Road, which promises to offer emissions free, low-cost transportation for up to two people.

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