You might have heard a teeny-tiny little story in recent days about car maker Volkswagen's successful hack that fooled emissions tests on some of its diesel vehicles. How did VW pull it off?
The new fuel has an unexpected side benefit, too — 12 percent fewer emissions than conventional fuels.
The street racers of Saudi Arabia are more than just rich kids having fun with flashy cars. In many cases, they're actually political rebels making a point.
Nine out of 10 electric-car drivers say they won't go back to cars with internal-combustion engines.
The autonomous snake plugs itself into some Tesla models, jumpstarting the charging process. Continue reading →
Electric vehicles are a useful tool for fighting sweaty city summers reports a new study.
They're coming. Sooner than you might image: hydrogen-powered cars. But, wait, hydrogen? The stuff that blew up the Hindenburg? If we crash while driving one, won't we be driving little tiny Hindenburgs? Trace separates fact from premature freak-out.
Hydrogen makes up 75% of the universe, so it's everywhere, and in a lot of things besides water. While fueling your car with hydrogen might sound weird, it's not THAT weird, as Trace explains. Could this be the year hydrogen cars hit the open road?
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