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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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.
Suspect investors and news that another company has eyes on Elio Motors’ proposed manufacturing site sum up a bad week for the small trike maker.
A 5 mile long, 200 mph HyperLoop test track is set to begin construction somewhere between Los Angeles and San Francisco in central California.
While Elon Musk is too busy to invest any time ointo the Hyperloop, 100 scientists and engineers have come together to make the Hyperloop a reality.
A new study suggests several scenarios where autonomous cars either alleviate traffic congestion and make urban life better, or make it many times worse.
Formula E and DHL worked together to form a plan of how to ship 200 tons of racing equipment around the world in a responsible manner.
After a high-speed chase at triple-digit speeds, a stolen Tesla Model S crashed into a synagogue, split in half, and burst into flames. On video. Really.
When the hydraulic fracturing measure passed the Los Angeles City Council today, several tweeters posted photos of this meeting (source of the above: Walker Foley on twitter). That’s a big win for the people of LA!
Elio Motors has more than 10,000 reservations for its proposed 68 MPG three-wheeler, and plans to start building them in 2015. Unless, you know, it doesn’t.
Back in 1975, 37-year-old Geraldine Elizabeth “Liz” Carmichael launched the Dale on a hopeful public at the LA Auto Show, promising almost 70 mpg, incredible safety, and a low price for her three-wheeler … if only people would invest! Sound familiar? Read on.
Elio Motors’ next payment of three-million USD to Racer Trust – the “old GM” the property liquidation agent selling the old Shreveport GM plant to Elio – is due September 4th … and Paul Elio is asking the people of Shreveport to pony up the funds. They shouldn’t, because Elio’s numbers don’t add up.
The Chinese company BYD has failed to bring an all-electric passenger car in the United States, but apparently their electric buses are “charging” into the US market. Specifically, in California. So the first Chinese auto imports are…buses.
I sat down with Hyundai’s Frank Ahrens to talk about the new HyundaiVeloster C3 (short for Convertible 3 door) Concept and their take on the future of sustainable transportation (hint, it’s wet). Designed in Southern California, with an aim at capturing more of the elusive Gen Y market that continues to elude the grasp of the world’s automakers.
In what can only be described as a deliberate act of road rage, friend and Gas 2.0 writer Susanna Schick was struck by a car on Friday night while riding her bicycle. She’s conscious and being well taken care of, but was seriously hurt with six broken ribs, a broken collarbone, and a broken pelvis. […]
Seasteading, Immortality, Amateur Porn, Space Travel, Tango, Cupping, Pizza and mingling with tourists on the Queen Mary. BIL’s got all that and more. Because we cover the future of transportation, it’s only right we focus on the speakers who took us into the future of off-planet transportation.
Whether the car here will be wearing “Caliber”, “Hornet”, or “Neon” nameplates when it arrives at US dealers next year remains to be seen – but these things are certain: this will be the face of first all-new car from Chrysler since the Fiat takeover, and this will be the most important new Chrysler since […]
This is Honda’s contribution to the electric car lineup at the Frankfurt Auto Show, the Honda Jazz (that’s “Honda Fit” to you and me) EV Concept first shown at the LA show several months ago. Don’t let the “concept” badge fool you: what you see here is a 99% accurate view of Honda’s plug-in Fit. […]
The U.S. does not seem to have many “firsts” these days; but when the U.S. does theses “firsts,” they tend to spring up in California. So, it comes as little surprise that the world’s first hydrogen fuel plant to use wastewater as a means to sustain itself and supply power to hydrogen vehicles is located in Orange County, California.