From The Car Connection:
How Catalytic Converters Work
You know you have one under your car, but if you're lucky, you never have to think about it. It's the catalytic converter, a component of your car's exhaust and emission-control system usually sited between the engine and the muffler.Electrified Kia Soul Arrives In 2014
If you like your cars small, boxy, and infested with CGI hamsters, the Kia Soul is right up your alley. But what if you also enjoy cars that are fully electric and emissions-free? As of next year, Kia will have you covered there, too, thanks to the upcoming Kia Soul EV.
From Motor Authority
:SRT Viper Production Cut Due To Low Demand, Inventory Pile-Up
If you've driven the new SRT Viper, you probably want to own it--well, you do if you're the same kind of crazy we are. But apparently those of us who want it aren't buying it, as Chrysler has cut production by one-third due to slow sales and the impending fall and winter months.BMW Plans Hardcore M4 As Part Of 2016 Centenary Celebrations: Report
BMW turns 100 in 2016 and no doubt the automaker has plenty in store for the celebrations. One celebratory event may turn out to be the launch of a hardcore version of the upcoming M4 sports car, similar to 2009’s M3 GTS model.
From Green Car Reports:'Father Of The Prius' Stresses: Hybrids More Important To Toyota Than Electric Cars
For Toyota chairman Takeshi Uchiyamada, hybrids are still the future. The man known as the "Father of the Prius" said Toyota still views hybrids as its top priority for reducing fuel use, even as competitors concentrate on electric cars, diesels, and other powertrain technologies.GM Gets New Partner For Fuel-Cell Vehicle Research: U.S. Army
Could your first fuel-cell car actually be a tank? General Motors announced that it is expanding its collaboration with the U.S. Army's Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center (TARDEC) to develop hydrogen fuel-cell technology.
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