German Engineers Develop Diesel Engine With Barely Detectable Emissions
Engineers from the Technische Universitaet Munchen (TUM) have shown an engine prototype whose emissions are very close to the Euro 6 standard, even though the Euro 5 norm has just been put into force three months ago for all new car models.
A New "Open Rotor" Jet Engine That Could Reduce Fuel Consumption
NASA and GE Aviation are testing a new "open rotor" jet engine with a different design that puts the fan blades on the outside...
The New Mazda2 To Become World's Most Fuel Efficient Car
Mazda2 is scheduled to be launched in Japan in the first half of 2011, being the first car fitted with SKYACTIV, a technology produced only by Mazda based on next-generation gasoline and diesel engines.
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...
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...
Better Place: Electric Car Battery Swapping Service Envisioning Worldwide Expansion
You may have probably heard of Project Better Place before - it's the business led by Shai Agassi that imposes itself a truly hard to get goal: to make a network of battery swapping and charging stations for the not-so-distant electric cars.
General Electric Turns to Ceramics For More Efficient Jet Engine
Jet engines run at the very edge of thermal meltdown, but General Electric is turning to ceramics to turn up the heat and make...
“Active Air Control” Improves Emissions and Fuel Economy in Larger Engines
An internal combustion engine (ICE) is essentially an air pump. The more efficient the air flows through the air pump (ICE), the better power...
New Engine Prototype That Mixes Gasoline and Diesel Gets 55 Percent Efficient
Researchers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison have recently unveiled a concept engine that can be from 20 to 30 percent more fuel-efficient than classic models. It would also be substantially cheaper to produce, since the emissions are lower than those of conventional engines and expensive catalyst units are not needed any longer (in some cases, their price can reach that of the engine's).
2014 Green Car Technology Award Nominee – Audi 3.0L TDI Diesel Engine
In just about a month, Green Car Journal, at the 2014 Washington Auto Show, will present the winner of the 2014 Green Car Technology...