Reborn Fisker Karma Revero hybrid supercar is set to Begin Production This Month with ads already running in Florida and California!
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Unlike most models that get snazzier headlights and mirrors, however, the 2017 BMW i3 is getting something really useful: a 130 mile all-electric range.
After years of fits and starts, the Detroit Electric SP:01 is starting to reach customers in the UK and, soon, Korea. It looks like the US isn’t getting it.
BMW’s experimental and forward-looking i sub-brand made up more than 6% of the brand’s total sales last month.
Honda’s new “baby” NSX is believed to be a spiritual successor to the S2000 roadster, powered by a 1.5 liter turbo hybrid system good for up to 300 HP.
We blasted Panoz’ drawings of a road legal Deltawing GT when they debuted last year, but it’s starting to look pretty decent in the flesh. Check it out!
The world has been waiting for an all-new Honda NSX for almost twenty years- now, it seems we’ll have to wait a bit longer. Production is delayed. Again.
Priced at over $800,000 and boasting one of the most advanced and powerful plug-in hybrid drivetrains on the planet, the Porsche 918 Spyder is unquestionably one of the most desirable cars on the planet right now. And now that production has ended after just 918 units built, the value of the Porsche 918 Spyder has […]
The way Toyota spins it, hydrogen fuel cell vehicles are the future of mobility, and the Mirai (which literally translates to “future”) is just the beginning of an all-new hydrogen-powered economy. There’s just one problem, and that’s production limitations. Toyota has revealed that production of the Mirai hydrogen fuel cell vehicle will be capped at […]
I don’t like hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles (FCVs) for a multitude of reasons. But if you’re going to go around like Toyota has, touting hydrogen as the next coming of Jesus H. Christ himself, then you’d think they’d invest a little more of their vast resources in getting these cars out to customers. But as […]
Paul Elio, CEO of Elio Motors, says production of his 84 MPG trike has been push back from mid-2015 to “early 2016” citing a lack of about $240 million.
At last count Toyota had just 200 orders for the Mirai, but it now expects to exceed its initial allotment of 700 vehicles by the December 15th release date
Since there’s no lack of demand for the $136,000 BMW i8, the German automaker is considering increasing production to reduce wait times for buyers.
After the 5th recall of its new Honda Fit, Honda has delayed the HR-V indefinitely and cut executive pay by 20% until the problem is fixed.
If all these production numbers ring true, then Tesla should build its 50,000th Model S sedan sometime this month. That’s a milestone worth celebrating.
Fifty years ago, automotive designers tried to envision what the cars of the early 21st century would look like. What about the cars 50 years from now?