This week’s edition of the “Gas2 Week in Review” looks at the non-electric vehicle low emission transport options that caught our readers’ attention.
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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 […]
Hyundai Reveals New Trim Option For Ioniq Electric In South Korea, Priced At ~$16,300 After Incentives
Hyundai has unveiled a new Ioniq Electric trim option — dubbed “I” — in South Korea. The intent is to increase the rate of electric vehicle adoption, according to recent reports.
The 2017 Hyundai Ioniq looks to be a serious contender in the affordable clean transportation sector, as buyers have the option of choosing from three different flavors — a hybrid, a plug-in hybrid, or a fully electric car — of the platform, all at prices right in line with (or better than) the rest of the cars in their class.
2017 Hyundai Elantra Eco Gets Driven, Hard (Kinda) in sport mode for eight days. Despite ignoring the “Eco” settings, I still got good MPG!
2017 Hyundai Ioniq Autonomous EV concept debuts at LA Auto Show 2016 and CES, shows that Hyundai is serious about the EV market!
Record Run: Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid is gunning for the “sporty” Toyota Prius by setting a for-real FIA Top Speed Record for hybrids at Bonneville.
Hyundai is offering special discounts to owners of diesel powered Volkswagen automobiles. This is very smart marketing.
China has one of the most aggressive electric car incentive programs of any country. Lately, it has accused several companies of collecting subsidies for cars and buses that never got built. What’s a right thinking Communist country to do?
South Korea is about to begin a program designed to boost EV infrastructure throughout the country and develop new long range electric car batteries. It is also raising the tax rebate on EVs sold domestically.
Toyota, Hyundai, and Honda all say that plug-in hybrid technology will be a big part of their plans in the near future. Plug-in hybrid sales were up 40 in the first quarter.
Kia is hoping the new-for-2017, 50 MPG Kia Niro hybrid SUV has what it takes to put the “Sport” back in “Sport Utility Vehicle”.
Ward’s 10 Best Engines for 2016 includes three hybrids, the Toyota Prius, the Hyundai Sonata plug-in hybrid, and the Chevy Volt. It finds all 3 exceptional.
The Hyundai Ioniq will debut in January and offer buyers a choice of hybrid, plug-in hybrid or battery electric powertrains, whichever suits their needs.
The new Hyundai Sonata plug-in hybrid will be available, initially, in Cali, CT, Maine, Mass., NJ, NY, OR, RI and VT with a price tag just a tick over $30K.
Hyundai and Kia are set to launch up to 22 new hybrid electric models by 202, and the 2017 Kia Niro will be leading the charge when it debuts next year.
Hyundai plans to introduce a new AE brand in January, focused on selling hybrid, plug-in hybrid, electric and even fuel cell cars, beginning with a hybrid.
The new for 2016 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid is so much better than the 2010-2014 model you might not even believe it’s made by the same company.
Wireless electric vehicle charging has been getting a strong dose of attention for years. Is it the future? Is it not? Is it? The questions and the people claiming to know the answer run in circles. I’m waiting to make any final predictions myself, but I’m eagerly watching the progress. The latest piece of news […]
Sales of the Hyundai Tucson FCEV are lagging worldwide, with only 273 cars sold. Lack of a hydrogen refueling infrastructure is held responsible by many.