The 2015 Chevrolet Corvette builds on the new Stingray released for the 2014 model year with an expanded lineup that will include the Corvette Z06 supercar in both coupe and convertible forms. The standard Stingray continues on as well, bringing its own balance of value, performance, and style to the mix.
Today, BMW announced that it will soon offer plug-in hybrid variants of its most popular models. The news comes in the midst of several unveilings, including a 3-Series plug-in prototype and a new generation of BMW hybrid concepts set to debut at the company's facility in Miramas, France.
The mid-size sedan segment has never been one to get hearts racing; but most serious contenders in this class of vehicle are here to get our daily family business done. And two of the strongest entries are the current Toyota Camry and Hyundai Sonata.
NEVS starts production of 2014 Saab 9-3
The Saab name continues to be dragged through the mud, with its current owner, National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS), struggling to stave off bankruptcy and secure a new investor.
Put Your Hands Up For Detroit! Well, that’s what we’ll all be singing if rumors of a Ford performance onslaught in Motor City prove true.
Mercedes-Benz’s rival to the BMW X6, the all-new GLE-Class Coupe (essentially an M-Class with coupe-like styling), is set to make a debut at next month’s 2015 Detroit Auto Show, but it won’t be debuting in just standard flavor as the Mercedes-AMG division will also be showing off its own versions of the coupe-like crossover.
Diesel fuel pump
For many European cities, diesel exhaust emissions have become a health as well as an environmental problem. So in addition to promoting electric cars or alternative forms of transportation, lawmakers are beginning to crack down on the dirtiest diesels.
It's not news that the roads and bridges in many states are falling into disrepair. Much of the money to fund maintenance of this infrastructure comes from taxes on fuel, but that's something that doesn't apply to drivers of electric cars--and hybrid drivers pay less than others.
As the song says, you can "get your kicks" on Route 66--but soon you'll also be able to get a charge.