Media days for the 2017 Detroit Auto Show begin amidst significant uncertainty about green cars and their future in the U.S.
Archive for month: January, 2017
The Obama administration on Friday rejected requests by energy companies to conduct seismic surveys in the Atlantic Ocean to map potential drilling sites for oil and natural gas.
Auto makers are dishing out incentives to spark demand for passenger cars, including sedans, which aren’t popular when gasoline prices are low.
Protests over a sharp gasoline price hike erupted into looting of gas stations and stores in various parts of Mexico on Wednesday, with dozens of businesses reportedly sacked.
Ford will build seven of 13 new global electrified vehicles coming in the next five years, including F-150 Hybrid pick-up truck, Mustang Hybrid sports car and Transit Custom plug-in hybrid van.
Most of us associate car pollution with coughing and wheezing, but mounting evidence is linking air pollution to a less obvious health effect: dementia.
Drivers are likely to spend $52 billion more on gas this year than last
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles revealed a new, semi-autonomous electric vehicle designed for young families that also provides a window into the automaker’s vision for a future filled with self-driving vehicles.
The automotive industry’s focus on electrification has accelerated in 2016.
A time-lapse video of smog rolling into Beijing offers a jarring new perspective of the pollution that has been afflicting the Chinese capital in recent months.