I spent last week going through my daily routine of dropping off kiddos at school, heading to work, and driving home- all without leaving Oak Park, of course- behind the wheel of a Crush Blue 2017 Toyota Prius Two Eco. I did this in order to gain a bit more perspective on how a modern […]
Browsing the "hybrid" Tag
A new UK Study finds that Electric Cars today are Twice as Green as they were in 2012 – thanks to advances in renewable energy!
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.
Is This Rotary Engine Hybrid Motorcycle the Future? Its superbike racing designers hope they’ve combined the best of both worlds.
What EVs do you think the Game of Thrones characters would drive, if given the choice?
This week’s edition of the Gas2 Week in Review looks to the many stories that piqued readers’ interest, including a new compound supercharger, an ad with flying pigs, a traffic light timing refutation, and lots more…
Many of our readers’ most popular stories this week on Gas2 surrounded electric cars. With lots of predictions coming out of the research realm, our readers offered their 2 cents about what is possible vs. what is a lot of hyperbole.
Hybrid cars should have much higher sales in the U.S. They’re a compromise between the conscious knowledge that fossil fuel engines hurt the environment and the subconscious stress produced by range anxiety. So, why aren’t more people buying hybrid cars? Maybe it’s because of misinformation campaigns from fossil fuel-funded news outlets like Breitbart, which states […]
McLaren Car buyers can Get up to 12 Years of Warranty on their super cars – but the P1 Hybrids? They don’t get that coverage.
Reviewed: 2017 Toyota Avalon Hybrid Gets Driven in Chicago, toddler tested, highway blasted, and still gets great fuel economy!
2017 Hyundai Ioniq Autonomous EV concept debuts at LA Auto Show 2016 and CES, shows that Hyundai is serious about the EV market!
I think it’s safe to say that the past week has been a weird one for all of us, and Ferrari CEO Sergio Marchionne is making it even weirder.