A much-improved Elio Motors Reveals E1c Prototype made its debut at LA Auto Show (w/ Video) this weekend, and it looks pretty convincing!
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2017 Hyundai Ioniq Autonomous EV concept debuts at LA Auto Show 2016 and CES, shows that Hyundai is serious about the EV market!
Jaguar has brought a concept version of its new all electric I-Pace SUV to the Los Angeles auto show. Due to go on sale in 2018, the car will compete with the Tesla Model X, the Audi Q6 and the Mercedes EQ, among others. Prices should start at around $90,000.
The EcoSport, Ford’s smallest SUV will be coming to America next year. It will be introduced officially at the Los Angeles auto show which opens November 18.
It’s been a few months since I last checked in here at Gas 2, but more than enough time that some of you have taken delivery of a new Elio. Right?
The Scion C-HR concept is aimed at what Toyota calls “young urban creatives” or yuccies, for short. If so, those people know very little about good styling.
The innovative, plug-in hybrid BMW 330e will be making its North American debut next month at the 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show.
Diesel engines and smaller trucks are making a comeback in America, and GM has combined both trends in the Chevy Colorado ZR2 concept.
Instead of bringing an all-electric Cooper to the LA Auto Show, MINI instead revealed the Citysurfer electric scooter concept.
Concepts like the Subaru Viziv GT Concept are designed to express the philosophy of the parent company, like manufacturing and…the world’s hardest food?
The biggest change for the 2016 Ford Explorer is the addition of the 2.3 liter EcoBoost engine, which can be paired with a tow package for the first time.
T Sportline, the “World’s First” Tesla tuner, is bringing a $200,000 Tesla Model S to the LA Auto Show next week…and that’s all they’re saying for now.
The Mazda CX-3 will only add to the volume of crossover sales as the Japanese automaker seeks to bring a new compact crossover to the table.
The L.A. Auto Show is less than a month away, and Henrik Fisker is scheduled to return to the automotive world with Galpin Auto Sports at his side.
After a long wait and plenty of teasing, the 2015 MINI Cooper has finally been revealed to the world. While it may not look all that different, a number of subtle and not-so-subtle changes, including two all-new engines, mean the new MINI is ready to to take on all comers in the increasingly-competitive luxury car […]
Later this month the Los Angeles Convention Center will be flooded with the latest and greatest cars from across the world. The Honda FCEV concept will be among the new rides on display in L.A. at the end of November, and Honda says it is a peek at a production hydrogen fuel cell vehicle due out sometime in 2015.
Volkswagen knocked one out of the park with its genre-defying, extreme MGP XL1 supercar- with orders exceeding the company’s XL1 production plans for the slinky exotic car, despite its six-figure price tag. Don’t think that the XL1 is done because VW doesn’t plan on building more XL1s, though. Meet the Volkswagen’s XL1 follow-up act: the […]
The new for 2014 Mini Cooper is set to debut later this month at the LA Auto Show with a number of serious mechanical changes geared at reducing weight, improving performance, and maximizing the small car’s miles per gallon. The 2014 mini is also expected to replace its traditional center-stack instruments with a head-ups display […]
Nope, it’s not the Tesla Model S, lauded as CAR of the year (not just green) by everyone from Motor Trend to…many more. The award for Green Car of the Year came with a few caveats-primarily sales volume. Green Car Journal Editor Ron Cogan was adamant that this award be given to the car likely to get the most wheels to the ground. Sales volume matters a lot when determining which car will have the most significant impact in reducing CO2.
I’m not sure what it takes to get a time slot in the jam-packed schedule at the LA Auto Show media days, but I think having something new to announce is pretty much a requirement. So it’s no surprise that Fisker chose to have a Q&A on Google Hangout livestreamed via YouTube instead of the usual fanfare. This actually makes more sense for a company still experiencing severe growing pains.