KSPG's Electric Vehicle Range Extender, About as Quiet as the Spare Tire Cubby it Fits Into

New Electric Vehicle Range-Extender Allays Range-Jitters Quietly

Extended-range electric vehicles (EREV) such as the Chevy Volt and BMW i3, actually suffer from a noise problem. Range jitters are pretty close to the...

2000 Miles On a Gallon of Fuel, Students From BYU Made It Possible

Students from Brigham Young University (BYU) designed a car which can travel almost 1,700 miles on as little as one gallon of fuel. The...

Car Built by Romanian Inventor Gets 784 MPG Fuel Efficiency

Remember Justin Capra, the Romanian inventor of the jetpack? Well's he's done it again. Now, his ingenuity inspired him to build a small car that has a fuel efficiency of 784 miles per gallon! How about that?

Skyactiv-X: World’s First Compression Gasoline Engine Unveiled by Mazda in 2018

Mazda has decided to use the hype caused by the development of electric cars in order to set the stage for its new, revolutionary...
The Waissi Engine, Plenty of Innovation Left in Internal Combustion

New Waissi Engine Simpler and More Efficient, Arizona State University

The Waissi Engine is of an opposed-piston design, much like that being developed by Achates Power or EcoMotors, with one important difference: Waissi's engine...
Looks like Half an Engine with Fuel Efficiency of Half an Engine, but Performs like Bigger Engines

MG Launching Small Turboboosted Engines for Fuel Efficiency and Power

There are a number of ways to increase fuel efficiency, turboboosting, as used in the new Ford EcoBoost engine lineup, adds power, but also...

Norwegian Airline Most Fuel Efficient, British Airways – the Least

British Airways and Lufthansa top the chart for the least fuel efficient carriers, contributing the most to carbon pollution from aviation. Air travel has quite...
Volvo Engine Architecture [VEA] Power of Six, Fuel Economy of Four

Volvo’s New Engines Big on Fuel Economy AND Performance

This fall, Volvo will unveil a new line of engines that offer better fuel economy without sacrificing performance. As concerns over vehicle emissions continue to...

New Electric Field Device Reduces Car Fuel Consumption by 20%

Professor Rongija Tao, from Temple University, invented a device that, applied to the vehicle's fuel line, near the injectors, creates an electric field that reduces the fuel's viscosity, so that smaller droplets are injected into the engine, leading to better combustion and increased fuel efficiency as much as 20%.

Free Piston Engine: Worth Investing In It to Power Future Electric Cars?

Since the idea of economy started in humanity's mind, everybody wants to reduce the expenses, mostly on energy dependence. Nowadays, when hybrid cars and, generally, electric vehicles are starting to play a huge role in car industry, and electric technology is starting to get cheaper yearly, there still are scientists that get inspired by the old explosion engine principles, albeit they are being used for more than a hundred years and their power source is mainly based on fossil fuel.