China has decided that it must junk up to 6 million of the oldest and dirtiest cars on the road to help reduce pollution in major cities
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On May 18, Germany established a new renewable energy record, with 74% of the country’s electric power needs were met by “green” resources.
Recently, all of Japan’s major engine producers formed an alliance (AICE) to create gasoline and diesel engines for the future that are 30% more efficient.
What would you do if you had an old Suzuki Samurai and a discarded dune buggy body laying around? You would smoosh them together in the Myers Manx tradition.
The new Dallara-built 2015 Indy Lights race car was unveiled earlier this week, just ahead of the 2014 running of the Indianapolis 500 IndyCar race.
An administrative SNAFU in France means that the French Gov’t just spent $20 Billion on trains that are too wide to fit in some 1300 French trains stations.
With 36 MPG, the new 2015 Mercedes SL400 Sport will be the highest MPG Merc roadster in a generation, as well as one of the most powerful, with over 330 HP!
Volvo is working with other Swedish companies to develop the One Tonne Life concept, which reduces an individual’s carbon output to just one tonne per year.
BMW has thousands of range-extended i3 EVs sitting at ports, readyto be delivered, but they can’t be sold because they have no Monroney sticker yet.
During the first quarter of 2014, the Honda Accord muscled its way to the front of the line, edging out even the mighty Prius as California’s best-selling car.
Since engine designs are now frozen for the rest of 2014, the only option Formula One teams have is to optimize the fuel going into their engine.
The just announced Ryden battery is made primarily from cotton. Yes, you read that right, the fabric of our lives has become a battery.
According to the Beijing Times, Chinese engineers are proposing to build a high speed rail link from China to the United States. The route would start in Beijing and travel through Russia to a tunnel under the Bering Strait, then continue across Alaska and Canada to the West Coast. Travelling at speeds up to 300 […]