Peugeot 508 RXH Announced Before The 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show

It's been a while since Peugeot announced its 3008 Hybrid4, which we've also seen at The Paris Motor Show last year. Now, in a competition with Audi's A4 Allroad, the French car manufacturer announces the launch of Pegeot 508 RXH diesel electric hybrid.

Toyota Dealers Prefer Selling Hybrids over EVs

Electric vehicles have a lot going for them, most notably minimal fuel costs and minimal carbon-dioxide emissions. Unfortunately, they don't seem to hitting...

Porsche Cayenne Hybrid to be developed

  Citing rising environmental concerns among car buyers, German luxury sports car-maker Porsche said Monday it's developing a hybrid drivetrain for its Cayenne SUV to...
BMW i8, Not Sporty Enough for BMW Motorsports?

BMW M Engineers Not Going to Touch the Hybrid BMW i8, But Why Not?

Take one look at the BMW i8 plug-in hybrid electric vehicle, and you'd swear that BMW M engineers either: A… had a hand in...
Milk-Hybrid Vehicles Featuring Low-Voltage Lead-Acid Batteries

Mild-Hybrid Vehicles Cheaper and Just as Efficient?

The typical hybrid vehicle is a few thousand dollars more expensive than its conventional sister, but what if it could be cheaper and still...
Electric Vehicle Charging Stations - We'll be Seeing More of These Every Day!

Number of Electric Vehicle Charging Stations in the US Rising

Aside from charging at home, the first thing you'll want to consider when looking at electric vehicles is if there are any charging stations...

GM Exposes Chevy Malibu Eco's Mild Hybrid Mechanism

I guess everybody knows by now what a hybrid car is, what it does and how. What most people don't know, though, is that...

Opbrid Releases New Plug-In Hybrid Buses in Sweden

A Swedish company called Opbrid has come up with a hybrid bus model. Put into circulation in the city of Umea, the bus is more than anyone could dream of: it can take passengers through the city for 18 kilometers in a row without stopping or switching to diesel.

Mercedes S400: True Hybrid Car, or Just Greenwashing?

Is this "greenwashing" phenomena affecting everybody lately? I understand we're in the middle of a hybrid-crusade, and beginning with all the movie stars and all celebrities, everybody wants to produce and buy a hybrid car, but to bring out a hybrid car only to stick the "hybrid" green stamp on it seems a little overwhelmingly green-washing style.

New Technologies for Hybrid Cars

Considering the constant threat of global warming, hybrid vehicles are here to stay, but their success isn't yet a noticeable one. U.S. consumers are...