The new Cadillac ELR is not so much a car as it is a rolling, elegant, trophy case to house the General’s most prized possession in recent years; the Chevrolet Volt. Unlike its Volt counterpart the ELR does not have to sell the buyer on the affordability and efficiency of the electric range extender platform. […] More »
By: Nolan Browning So the biggest hurdle currently facing electric vehicles with a limited range like the Nissan Leaf and Chevy Spark EV is that the owners will occasionally want to have a vehicle that can go on those out of town trips to Vegas or take a holiday visit to the in-laws without waiting […] More »
One of the biggest buzz vehicles for the 2013 model year is the all new 2013 Fusion Hybrid from Ford. The original Fusion and its Hybrid variant gave the Ford brand some credibility in the mid-size vehicle market and this new vehicle aims to shoot it to the top. The new Fusion comes at the peak of […] More »
Volvo’s V60 Plug-in Hybrid is Volvo Car Corporation’s most technically advanced model ever, and it might just change the face of hybrid technology. The V60 is the world’s first diesel plug-in hybrid. It’s an electric car, a hybrid car and a muscle car, all rolled into one.
Ford’s first all-electric mass-produced car, the 2012 Ford Focus, isn’t yet available to buy in the U.S., but Ford thinks the delay in bringing it to market will be well worth the wait. With what Ford claims will be a best-in-class fuel efficiency of 100 MPGe, and plenty of patented technology designed to help drivers […] More »