The 2017 Chevrolet Bolt electric car, Honda Ridgeline pickup and Chrysler Pacifica minivan, respectively, were named North American Car, Truck and Utility Vehicle of the year at the North American International Auto Show Monday in Detroit.
Archive for month: January, 2017
It was a powerful image: soaring high in the sky next to Big Ben was a Mary Poppins figure wearing a protective mask.
Here’s a prediction for 2017: More forecasters will say electric car demand is about to take off, but actual sales will remain in low gear.
The concept-to-production pipeline has take some of the fizz out of the annual auto shows, but the dream cars of yesteryear have been replaced with the electric cars of today.
The smog is rolling in over Beijing. We are about to experience what the foreign media have nicknamed the “airpocalypse” — another days-long episode of choking air pollution. In fact, this is the second one in just three weeks.
The electric car revolution is missing a barf bag. Too bad. You’re about to need one.
It’s black. It’s viscous. It looks a lot like crude oil. Yet, it doesn’t come from drilling, but from sewage sludge.
That controversy is likely to be stirred anew in the wake of a new study, published Wednesday in Science Advances, that finds the NOAA scientists did the right thing in adjusting their data set.
It seems that in addition to the new Tesla Model S P100D, Wozniak is also getting a new 2017 Chevy Bolt EV. So, Tesla didn’t win the “battle” over Wozniak, but it seems rather to have ended up in a tie with GM/Chevy.
Want to do your part for Mother Earth? Green vehicles take it easy on the environment by offering exceptional fuel economy. As you’d imagine, many choices in this segment also entice with stellar range.