Frankfurt 2013: Volkswagen Promises Up To 40 More EVs And Hybrids

Hot on the heels of the official launch of the Volkswagen e-Up! and Volkswagen e-Golf electric vehicles, the Germany automaker has announced its intentions to offer up to 40 alt-fuel models in coming years. 14 of those alternatively-powered vehicles will hit the market in the next year.

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Frankfurt 2013: Wild Audi Nanuk Quattro Concept Packs V10 Diesel

It is increasingly difficult to keep the lid on new and exciting car products and concepts, but Audi has managed to surprise the automotive world with an unexpected and very exciting concept. The Audi Nanuk Quattro Concept packs a mid-mounted V10 diesel making gobs of power, a Lamborghini-like body, and off-road capabilities that would make many crossovers jealous.

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Audi Sport Quattro Concept Is A 700 Horsepower Hybrid

700 horsepower. That’s the only number you need to know when it comes to the Audi Sport Quattro Concept, a bi-turbo V8 hybrid that the German automaker claims can return 31 miles of all-electric driving and up to 94 mpg. Those are just details though.

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BMW i8 Breaks Cover Ahead Frankfurt Motor Show

The BMW i8 has been out in the world since its unveiling at the 2009 Frankfurt Auto Show as the Concept Vision Efficient Dynamics, but BMW has kept its hybrid sports car well-hidden from prying eyes. But on the home stretch, someone leaked the first official images of the BMW i8 onto the internet, just five days away from the official reveal.

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Diesel Hybrid Range Rover US-Bound?

We’ve been lamenting the lack of diesel Range Rovers here in the US since- well, since we knew they existed, frankly! The high-MPG, high-torque, high-society diesel Rovers are hot-sellers in Europe, and their 37 MPG rating from the EU seemed like it would help Land Rover meet its ever-tightening CAFE requirements here in the US … does Land Rover agree?

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Volkswagen CrossBlue Coupe Concept Needs To Be Built

Volkswagen has been gaining a lot of ground and credibility as a “green” automaker, but that hasn’t stopped them from offering vehicles with performance aspirations. Their latest concept, the Volkswagen CrossBlue Coupe, is fast, sharp-looking, and can go up to 21 miles on electricity alone. What’s not to love?

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